formatting linkGPS tracking with Google Maps
Developers have created a new pastime, fauxjacking, that mashes together GPS mobile phones and Google Maps. One fauxjacking service, Mologogo, requires only a $60 GPS-enabled phone and the use of a mobile carrier's Internet services to work. People can use the free, downloadable Mologogo Java application (available at
formatting linkto create real-time visual records of their movements. Push pins on the Google maps show the times the tracked device was in a particular location.