|An innovative GPS application called SpeedBump|
uses smartphones traveling in vehicles to find
potholes, so they can be assessed and repaired.
In Boston, an app called Speed Bump records the jolts from potholes as users drive around the streets. The software notes the location of potential potholes by using the phone’s GPS capability and accelerometer to assess the smoothness of the ride. The data is then sent to the city to help road crews find and fix the road divots.
|Bwin uses IP location in order to make sure that players|
are in compliance with local regulations regarding online
|Fight Back, is a women's safety app that can contact the|
local authorities, as well as friends on social media such
as Facebook, to report an impending or ongoing attack.
Fight Back, which is India’s first mobile safety app for women, has been downloaded more than 100,000 times, said Karthik Natarajan, the firm’s senior vice president and global head of integrated engineering solutions. It has been used, he estimated, some 10,000 to 12,000 times.