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Ships report "GPS interference, bridge-to-bridge communications spoofing, and/or other communications jamming with little to no warning," the US military says.
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Malaysian airline Firefly made its inaugural landing at Seletar Airport yesterday morning, nearly five months after its services to Singapore were suspended.
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Earth has a new magnetic north. Updating its location was crucial for military and civilian navigation systems.
I tested a $52,000 Cadillac XT4 crossover SUV that featured an old-school navigation system — here’s what it was like
Recently, I tested a Cadillac XT4 crossover SUV that lacked digital mapping. Instead, it had an older system, called "Turn-by-Turn."
The US government shutdown is preventing scientists from improving forecasts for severe weather and navigational models
The US government shutdown hasn't impacted your weather forecast, NOAA officials say. But it might hurt experts' ability to improve storm forecasting.
Some apps can track your phone’s location more than 14,000 times a day — here’s how to turn that off if you own an iPhone or Android...
Some smartphone apps can receive location data more than 14,000 times a day, The New York Times found. Here's how to stop that from happening.
Finland says its GPS was disrupted during NATO’s biggest war games in years, and it’s pointing the finger at Russia
Finland and Norway both reported disruptions to their GPS signals during the final days of Trident Juncture, NATO's biggest exercise in years.
Finland and Norway are telling airline pilots to be ready to fly without GPS, and some think Russia is up to something
Russia has invested heavily in electronic warfare, and reports of GPS interference in Europe have been attributed to Moscow.