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TrackStick is a GPS with belt clip that works with Google Earth

Check out this cool Trackstick, a GPS with belt clip that you can track stuff on Google Earth! Will they send us one so we can try it out? (Thanks Andreana for the link!)

The Trackstick IITM is the perfect fit for personal GPS tracking. Bring it on vacation to keep a satellite scrapbook of all your travels and record your explorations. You can carry it along on all your regular outings from home to get a better sense o

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Google GPS

Here’s a cool way to use Google earth as GPS. Too bad you can’t run it on a PDA unless someone finds a way…

Basically you run Google Earth and use some great donation-ware to link it in real time to a GPS. This means that your mapping software and maps worldwide are not only free, but you also get hi-res satellite views and in some cases 3D buildings (in downtown areas). Only a year or so ago this would have cost tens of thousands of dollars in proprietary GPS mapping gear; it would be difficult to share it once done; each map and

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Stealth Bomber on Google Earth!

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I’ve seen some blogs with hovering cars, but this stealth bomber is the coolest gadget I’ve seen so far on Google Earth…

This is pretty amazing. Germany’s Spiegel Online has found a stealth bomber on Google Maps. It should have been blurred out, because it’s on a secret part of a military base — but Google must have missed it. As of this writing, the bomber is still there, in good ol’ Palmdale, California. Hit the link, and zoo

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