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UPDATE: Bell dismisses claims it’s throttling GPS signals

News | 09/29/2008 5:53 pm EDT

Google Maps and other third-party navigation services will be forced to pay money to Bell Canada to get access to enhanced satellite tracking signals, called assisted GPS (AGPS), if they want to provide accurate mapping services.

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