W3C Geolocation

With your permission, W3C Geolocation lets websites use your location information to improve their services. IE attempts to retrieve your location from a Microsoft service that uses your IP address, and WIFI data, if available. A GPS device may be used if your computer or device has one available.
Clicking the button below will call the W3C Geolocation API navigator.geolocation.watchPosition(). After this function is called, Internet Explorer will ask you whether or not you want to enable location services. If you choose to allow ietestdrive.com access to your location, then it will use the Bing Maps API to show you your location on a map.

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