I decided to write a web-based application that would talk to my Blackberry and receive its GPS coordinates. Then you can see on a map on your computer the exact position of the phone. It also does some cool stuff such as letting you see a predefined interval of GPS coordinates(i.e if you want to see the phone's path on a map for the day before, or certain hours, etc,.). I just wrote it yesterday but I'd like to have some people help me test it out, so if anyone is interested just PM me.
Basically the process for getting it set up goes like this:
Go to the web site and sign up and create a username/password.
Download the OTA application on your phone and the login with same username/password.
The application will begin sending GPS data to the web application.
Login to the site from anywhere to see the map data.
Here are a couple screenshots of the web interface: http://themoos.net/deviceinfo.png http://themoos.net/liveimage.png
Any comments/suggestions are welcome. Thanks!
P.S Just before posting this thread I saw a post with 'bbtracker' in the title...I guess I need to pick a new name ;)