View Poll Results: Would you be interested in wifi hopper?

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  • Yes I would if it were embeded and I got it at a cheaper price.

    29 74.36%
  • Yes I would like it embeded but already own a registered copy.

    10 25.64%
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Thread: Wifi Hopper

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    has anything happened with this? I am still very interested in this
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    Also interested!

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    I would pay for that!!

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    FLAC is for flaccid parksgm's Avatar
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    interested, and would pay, provided it was well integrated with SD

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    Any update on the progress?

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    I just got an Infill G4 installed tonight. I'm very interested in this as I have 802.11b/g USB setup.

    Related, I would LOVE it if it could tie into the GPS somehow, so that it would upload my current coordinates to a web page or FTP, such that I could then show on my personal web page where I am at all times while driving.

    So it would probably queue up data points, then when it connects (wifi hops) it would upload them real quick.

    This could tie in to google maps or something with ease at that point.

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    Neither darque nor pervert DarquePervert's Avatar
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    There are already background services that will do GPS tracking. http://www.gpsgate.com is one.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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  8. #18
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    take it nothings going to happen here then pitty was interested

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    We are looking into making this happen with another company. I will post back when I have more info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetDeckAce View Post
    We are looking into making this happen with another company. I will post back when I have more info.
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