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  1. A new tower is going up in Raleigh. Is there any way to tell if Sprint will be using it? Approximate coords are 35.7904, -78.6244. http://goo.gl/maps/hJbc4
  2. I've noticed that when I can't obtain a GPS satellite signal my network location is tremendously off -- usually .75 to 1.5 miles. Through location tracking on Google Latitude, Google has automatically determined that my house is located in the middle of a quarry almost a mile from my actual home. My work is located about 1.5 miles northeast of where I actually work. While this is a somewhat minor issue, more and more smartphone apps are utilizing location to provide services. Weather, navigation, astronomical, and social services depend on accurate location information. Unless I have a clear view of the sky, I'm not going to have accurate location information. I have observed this issue with the four different phones I've recently owned. Is this a Phoenix network issue? Is this a Sprint network issue? Anecdotally, my brother's ATT iPhone was much more accurate than my phones with network based location.
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