geotag

geotag

[jee-oh-tag] Digital Technology.
noun
1.
a piece of data embedded in a digital media file to indicate geographical information about the subject, usually latitude and longitude.
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), geotagged, geotagging.
2.
to add geotags to (photos or other digital media): A GPS-equipped camera lets you geotag your photos and videos.

Origin:
1995–2000;geo- + tag1

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