Here comes another feature to Gmail after it took your mails offline with Gears; adding location to the signature. Perhaps no that big a news for people like me who are more or less to be found on the same spot through out the year, but a big one for those who are on the move. The location is determined by your IP address and may not be that accurate. However you can use Google Gear’s version that comes with location module support. Users of course have a choice whether they need to let others know their location or not, unlike Google Latitude that lets you give a false location if you don’t want to share where you are in real.
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