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[Interview] locateit by shrd. brings the Connected Car to everyone

Throughout the July / August vacation period, the Rude Baguette will be running a series of interviews with some of France’s top and rising startups, where their founders give us more insight into their business, their future plans and what sets them apart from the rest. In this installment, we talk with shrd. Founder Michel […]

French GPS service Coyote to take Waze to court over “unfair competition”

French GPS service Coyote to take Waze to court over “unfair competition”

French startup Coyote thinks that Waze (acquired by Google, 2013) has gone a bit too far with the precision of highway radar guns, according to LesEchos. Coyote, which offers a GPS navigation hardware device for your car similar to Garmin or Tom Tom, says that French law prohibits exact precision as to where speed traps […]

Why Polestar’s indoor GPS Technology – 10 years in the making – is the future of local commerce

Why Polestar’s indoor GPS Technology – 10 years in the making – is the future of local commerce

A little while ago we announced that Google had rolled out its indoor mapping feature to Google Maps in key Paris areas, like Charles De Gaulle Airport and Forum Les Halles. This came after the initial 2011 roll-out that Google did, starting with indoor mapping in the Mall of America. Now, in the past month, we’ve […]