• This is why the US military has tracked Santa Claus every Christmas since 1955

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, lets you track Santa Claus' whereabouts on Christmas Eve.
    The tradition dates back 63 years.
    Today, the North American Aerospace Defense Command - better known as NORAD - celebrates its 63th year of tracking Santa Claus on his annual Christmas Eve flight around the world .
    It's a veritable Christmas tradition in the United States.
    Even tech giants like Google have gotten in on the action, using NORAD's data to give kids a map showing where Santa's sleigh is flying, right up until Christmas morning.
    You can track Santa's flight on...
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  • On Christmas Eve, Chevrolet drivers can track Santa from their cars

    On Christmas Eve, Chevrolet drivers can track Santa from their cars

    2 monthes ago - By Tech Crunch

    North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, has been tracking Santa's progress around the globe every Christmas Eve for more than 60 years. Even a government shutdown won't prevent NORAD from completing its once-a-year mission.
    Now, General Motors is getting in on the annual tradition.
    On December 24, owners of the company's Chevrolet branded vehicles, including the Traverse and Tahoe SUVs, Silverado truck, and Cruze sedan, can push the OnStar button and get a real-time update on Santa's whereabouts. Only Chevrolet owners with an active OnStar plan can push their blue OnStar button...
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  • Here's how to track Santa's Christmas Eve journey around the world

    Here's how to track Santa's Christmas Eve journey around the world

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    • Follow Santa's Christmas journey around the world using online trackers.
    • Both Google and NORAD have fun sites that work on desktop or phone.
    • Watch Santa's sleigh on GPS and see how many presents he's delivered.
    Christmas Eve's arrival means the North Pole workshop has done its job for the year and now it's time for Santa Claus to deliver all the presents.
    Thanks to two awesome online trackers, you can follow Santa's sleigh using a digital map and see exactly where in the world he is.
    Google's Santa Tracker is already live, along with two dozen kids' activities that have been...
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