Baku and Tbilisi discussed issue of investment in the reconstruction of Georgia's highways

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Pentagon chief left Georgia

Pentagon chief left Georgia

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Georgian parliament begins debate of the draft bill "On the State Language"

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"Dnepravia" suspends flights from Kharkiv to Tbilisi and Batumi

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Georgian Orthodox Church celebrates the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Mariamoba

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The Georgian Foreign Ministry published a list of countries with which it will support the visa-free message

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Visa to Georgia will cost $ 50

Visa to Georgia will cost $ 50

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Georgia does not acknowledge presidential elections in Abkhazia

Georgia does not acknowledge pres…

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In Baku is discussed the construction of the railway Marabda-Kartsakhi

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The 20th meeting of th...

Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia will hold joint military exercises

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InvisiTrack vs. GPS

/GPS4us News/ InvisiTrack unveiled a new location system (LS)that the company claims will surpass GPS handhelds while used indoors and outside. LS will be sold to manufactures and will be available to Smartphone providers.

Invisitrack claims LS to be so accurate within less than 3 meters indoors and 1 meter outdoors without using or relying on an infrastructure. What makes this seemingly impossible feature possible? Instead of using a fixed matrix InvisiTrack devices can work by proximity with one another and form a mesh network. By tracking one device with another the user can get a pinpoint fix than just relying on GPS coverage, says the company.  Another interesting feature – the LS can position the user in 3D including altitude or even state which floor the user might be on.

High Tech Hide and Seek Devices For Kids and Grown Ups

GPS4us.com/PRregister.com/ The current popular outdoor activity Geocaching has caught the interests of major GPS companies to create mobile devices for adults and kids alike.The organization Groundspeak first created the Geocaching project, which has recently turned into a phenomenon. The activity calls for participants to venture off using GPS devices for their digital treasure hunt.

China Needs Another Month to Buy Hummer

DETROIT /PRregister.com/ - General Motors Co. and Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Corp. said they are extending the deadline to complete the transaction until Feb. 28 pending final approval by the Chinese government. The previous deadline was Jan. 31 for a definitive agreement to sell the line once synonymous with America's love for big off-road vehicles.

Cognizant Announces a Global Product Research and Development Relationship with Invensys Rail

Cognizant (Nasdaq: CTSH), a leading provider of consulting, technology, and business process outsourcing services, today announced a global product research and development relationship with Invensys Rail, a leading multinational provider of railway control and communications systems.

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