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Nonda ZUS - The Truly Smart Car Charger & Car Locater

... the phone GPS to determine the location of the car and the paired phone. GPS is largely a horizontal distance tool, hence 2 dimensional not 3D. It is not uncommon for vertical measurements from a GPS ...

Garmin to power future Mercedes-Benz infotainment systems

... rvice to certain Mercedes vehicles, though it's unclear if the two GPS giants will be working together on this latest venture. Filed under: GPS, Transportation Comments Read more http://www.engadget.com/2013/04/02/garmin-mercedes-infota ...

Back to BlackBerry: a power user's perspective

... ts simple interface might do the job for some travelers, but it's too basic for my needs. The voice turn-by-turn navigation, GPS tracking and traffic updates are handy to have and all work well, but those ...

CoPilot Live Premium – Reviewed

... various GPS applications that included TomTom, Destinator, IGO8 and others for nearly a decade that all started with the introduction of the HTC XDA. Today, we are reviewing the latest navigation software ...

Qref Aviation Checklists Revisited – Reviewed

... thout reference to any manual it is really hard to eke out everything this box has to offer. It starts with a very basic unit overview, an explanation of common GPS terms and dives straight into the most co ...

Android: Google Maps Navigation - Now In Australia!

Most, if not all Android phones come with Google Maps Navigation. However, up until today, if you went to use this service, you would be greeted with a nice message saying that the service was not available ...

miniHomer Key-Chain GPS Position Finder - Reviewed

The Navin miniHomer Key-Chain GPS position finder found its way to my desk promising me that I would never have to worry about where my car was parked, finding my way back to a hotel, and returning to ...

Tegatech TEGA TTP10 3G Touch Tablet PC – Reviewed

... an internal GPS which can be extremely handy if you use this machine for navigational purposes. See below. It has 802.11 a/b/g Wi-Fi + WCDMA\TD-SCDMA\CDMA2000 and includes built-in HSDPA modem (Sierra Wirel ...

ProNav’s PNN-300 SatNav for Truckies – Reviewed

... , who, like most blokes, don't read manuals. Surprising actually that they would follow (GPS) instructions... The first time you use the ProNav you need to click on the EULA (End User License Agree ...

miniHomer Key-Chain GPS Position Finder

Being the type of person that gets lost all too easily and does more laps of the carpark than I'm willing to admit - the miniHomer Key-Chain GPS Position Finder looks like a valuable contributio ...

Qstarz Explore 2000 - Reviewed

Gadget testing like trying out wireless broadband gadgets and gps technology generally involves a bit of tethering to a location, but with the Qstarz Explore 2000 I have a licence to roam. The QStarz Explore ...

HTC Touch Cruise - Reviewed

... h A2DP& AVRCP Wi-Fi®: IEEE 802.11 b/g HTC ExtUSB™ (11-pin mini-USB and audio jack in one), full-speed USB 2.0 FM radio GPS navigation Camera Main camera: 3 megapixel color CMOS ...

Ruvo Avox A65U1 UMPC - The Unboxing Review

... s is what is on offer: GPS, 3G, extra battery, TV tuner and DVD burner. More on all these options later. Unboxing a new device is that unique experience where you find out whether t ...

Melways GPS - Navway Professional Street Navigator

... sp; Did someone say Melways on a touchscreen GPS? - read on for more..   Taking advantage of Ausways up to date Melway, Brisway and Sydway maps, the Navway Professional Street Directory is ...

Leadertone Pocket Chauffeur GPS6000 PND - Reviewed

... to my windshield at the moment.  It’s a smart-looking compact PND simply labelled GPS. Only the box gives it the honorific: Pocket Chauffeur. This is not to be confused with the Pocket Chauffeur ...

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