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2013-12-24 23:20:45

The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Tracks Santa with the Help of CradlePoint BOISE, Idaho and PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colorado (PRWEB) December 24, 2013 CradlePoint, the global leader in cloud-managed 3G/4G networking solutions for distributed enterprises, is once again helping NORAD track Santa over the skies of North America. As a member of the NORAD Tracks Santa team, CradlePoint, in partnership with Verizon, assists NORAD in following Santa across the globe, helping...

Google Joins NORAD In The Santa-Tracking Game
2012-12-23 08:20:41

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online When it comes to monitoring Santa's progress this Christmas, NORAD won't be the only game in town. Google has also decided to get into the act and will be tracking the legendary, plump, jolly old man with the white beard as he flies around the world, spreading holiday cheer and giving gifts to all the good little boys and girls. As previously reported here at redOrbit.com, NORAD, who has been keeping tabs on the big guy with their...

2010-12-24 17:15:00

NORAD insiders will never tell you how they are precisely able to track Santa's flight path onto their computer screens every Christmas Eve, but they will let you know where he is at any given moment. NORAD is a joint U.S.-Canada command that monitors the North American skies and seas from a control center at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs. The base answered 74,000 phone calls and 3,500 emails from around the world last year, all asking about Santa's where-a-bouts. A...

2008-12-24 21:54:08

Google says it is teaming with the North American Aerospace Defense Command to allow Google Maps and Google Earth users to track Santa Claus's flight. Google Inc. and Norad announced Tuesday that updates on Santa's Christmas Eve world tour are available for the first time to cell phone users via Google Maps for Mobile and Twitter users who add @noradsanta to their accounts, Computerworld reported Wednesday. The partnership between Google and Norad to bring the Norad Tracks Santa Program to...

2008-12-02 16:25:19

The U.S. North American Aerospace Defense Command says it is again preparing to track Santa Claus live from Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado. NORAD officials said Tuesday they had activated their Santa Web site, Noradsanta.org, and will update it daily until Christmas Eve, when they will start tracking Santa with live video feeds. The Web site, designed by Booz Allen Hamilton, allows Santa's fans to get up-to-the-minute reports and streaming videos from key stops on the jolly elf's trip...

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