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In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains how to turn a smartphone into a personal navigation device, even without a data connection.
Nokia updates its navigation and maps service and makes it available for free as it competes more aggressively in the smartphone market with Google and others.
Almost every handset comes with mapping software these days, but standalone GPS devices are becoming more affordable than ever.
A market research firm predicts that smartphones will surpass personal navigation devices as navigators by 2014.
Hit by decline in consumer spending, the GPS maker reports second-quarter earnings drop of 61 percent, but sales and earnings were higher than in the first quarter.
Quick, what are you getting for the dear woman who birthed/raised you?
So you've decided you're going to get a portable GPS device, but what features should you look out for and which brand is best at what?
The founder of GPS chip designer Sirf Technology believes some cameras next year will know where they're taking photos, partly through new technology that can get a location fix faster.
AT&T announces the availability of the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 with integrated Wi-Fi.
ViaMichelin enters U.S. market with GPS system under $300.