- Simple Explanation: Geolocation is the process of determining and tracking the geographic location of a device or user.
- Practical Example: Using GPS on a smartphone to navigate and find nearby restaurants or landmarks.
- Advanced Explanation: Geolocation combines GPS, Wi-Fi positioning, cellular data, or IP address information to identify the precise location of a device or user, enabling location-based services and applications.
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