According to an article in the magazine, geotag devices that collect and share information about objects are being increasingly rare.
The article notes that the US has the second-lowest percentage of GPS devices on the planet, behind only China.
The data can be collected by a GPS device as well as other devices, such as cameras.
The article cites a study from the University of Michigan, which found that a mere 20% of the US population has a GPS tracking device.
The researchers found that only 12% of US residents have a smartphone with GPS capability.
The US does have a few exceptions, including New York City, where people who have a mobile device can install their own GPS tracking system.
But it’s hard to imagine a world without them, the article noted.
The device can be bought for around $250, and can also be used for a number of other purposes.
The US has a lot of data to share with the world, from its natural disasters to the national security implications of a nuclear strike, the study noted.
While the data can also serve to track people, it could also be useful for law enforcement, according to the article.