Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

In my post, "New Firefox Brings Location to the Browser," I asked the following question around the new browser's location-awareness capability: "So the race is on - which will be the first site to implement this feature? Any bets?" Well today, we have a winner. That was fast. The blue circle has come to your desktop with Google Maps. If you've use the Maps app on your iPhone, you'll know what I'm talking about. From Google's Lat Long Blog: "When you visit Google Maps with a supported Web browser, you'll see a new 'My Location' button in the top left corner of the map. Simply click the button to center the map to your approximate location. "If your location can be determined accurately enough, it's shown with a blue circle, just like on Google Maps for Mob...