Are geolocation apps a novelty or the next big trend?

glympseForrester Research reports that only 5 percent of online U.S. adults used located-based apps, excluding navigation apps such as Google Maps, at least once a month during 2011. And that number is up from only 4 percent in 2010. Even with major players in mobile investing in geolocation technology, growth in this area has been stagnant--the report also reveals that less than half of the adults who use location-based apps use them weekly. Is user interest in this kind of technology rising, or has it already plateaued? If this technology isn't a passing fad, can we expect growth in this sector? And if so, where is growth coming from? Special Report

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