China has launched its first BeiDou-3 satellites marking the beginning of the global expansion of the Chinese navigation system. Phones will likely support BeiDou in the West in several years time.
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China's BeiDou satellite network now works with a new chip that enables the system to pin a device's location accurately to one or two metres, putting it on par with the EU's Galileo satellite system.
Europe's satellite navigation system Galileo is said to be more accurate than GPS and GLONASS. The ambitious project has cost the European Union over a 10 billion euros.