Mio Technology has launched a new product range, including a sat-nav device for only £200 and a top of the range device that comes with a built-in TMC receiver and 24 European countries pre-installed
The cable giant offers CBS an either/or route to resolve their fee dispute and resume carriage of its network, with digital rights, online content, and TV Everywhere among the levers TWC is pulling.
The two companies, which have been engaged in contentious negotiations over a new carriage contract, agree to an extension through July 29.
Suna, today, launched its traffic messaging service for Sydney and Brisbane motorists, which has been available to Melbournians since late 2007.
The two sides fail to reach a fee agreement resulting in a blackout of CBS in several major U.S. cities. Online alternatives give consumers a way to keep watching CBS content -- just not from the broadcaster itself.
The cable company and the broadcaster fail to reach a pact on fees, but subscribers in New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas aren't losing the television channel for now.
A showdown between the broadcast network and the cable provider over fees could cause programming to go dark in some of the country's biggest cities, which would be good for few but Amazon and Aereo.
With a massive 7-inch screen and lifetime map updates, Magellan's RoadMate 9055-LM is a GPS navigation device like no other.
The entry level model in the Go Live range, the 820 has a 4.3-inch resistive touchscreen and a one year subscription to TomTom's proprietary HD Traffic service, as well as junction view, Bluetooth hands-free and camera warnings.
Typical price: $299.00
Users of TomTom's app for iPhone finally get to benefit from the data they provide, and Android users will be getting an app of their own.