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Building the Ultimate BlackBerry

RIM puts all its tools in one place, and Sensis gets on the BlackBerry bandwagon with WhereIs Navigator.

By 25 September 2007


TomTom XL 250 (2013)

TomTom's budget GPS offers simple navigation if that's what you're after, but you'll need a bit of patience to go with it.

3 December 2013

3.5 stars Editors' rating 3 December 2013

Typical price: $119.00


Kogan Mobile live with Telstra-powered prepaid

Kogan Mobile is now on sale, offering one of the best value prepaid mobile deals in Australia.

By 13 December 2012


TomTom Go 600

TomTom's premium GPS has an all-new and very clear interface that makes searching for locations a charm.

5 December 2013

4.5 stars Editors' rating 5 December 2013

Typical price: $299.00


Garmin Nuvi 3597

The Garmin Nuvi 3597 is a fine premium GPS, but it's priced a little too high for our tastes.

3 December 2013

4 stars Editors' rating 3 December 2013

Pricing not available


Garmin switches to Navteq maps, offers free lifetime map updates

February and March are going to be big months for Garmin in Australia and New Zealand, with the GPS maker switching map providers and offering free lifetime map updates on select new models.

By 10 February 2012

Editors' Take

Navman S35

It looks like last year's S30, except it's been given the latest Whereis maps and spoken street names. Unlike the S-Series Platinum models, the S35 soldiers on with the old interface, which is now shared with the Mio Moov range.

11 November 2008

Typical price: $299.00


Navteq to crash Australian mapping party

Navteq, one of the world's biggest suppliers of digital mapping data, will next month splash onto the Australian scene when its maps start showing up on GPS devices.

By 29 June 2007

Editors' Take

LG LN500

LG is hoping that this good-looking GPS unit with text-to-speech technology will entice you away from the established names in the field.

25 June 2007

Typical price: $549.00


Hitachi's plan B: upgrade GPSes

Just nine months after entering the portable GPS fray, Hitachi have announced that its two model line-up will be refreshed in mid-August.

By 24 July 2007