Apple just bought a global positioning system company in a move that could help boost the tech giant’s maps software and other location-based technology.
Apple is paying an undisclosed amount to acquire Bay Area mapping company Coherent Navigation. The deal was first reported by MacRumors on Sunday, and later confirmed by The New York Times. The company Apple is picking up brings GPS technology that is more precise than many of its consumer-grade cou...
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