Lost Phones and Dead WiFi Zones
Everyone can agree that smartphones are now ubiquitous, with most people going with either an Apple with iOS, or Samsung (among others), which use Android. All of these phones rely on GPS and WiFi signals so that they can do what they do best. But what happens when these signals disappear when your phone is trying to figure out where it is, even in a suburban street? To discuss this very modern phenomenon with us was UTS Fellow and technology consultant, Rob Livingstone.
Produced by Max Mahood