The TomTom GO 60 could be a great GPS given the core user interface that drives it, but issues with screen reflection and responsiveness make it an also-ran.
You can update a GPS with the latest maps, but if it's running on old and slow technology, it's going to have problems.
Garmin hasn't radically changed its approach to standalone GPS devices, but the inclusion of Foursquare results for POI searches adds a lot of useful data.
In combining a solid GPS and functional crash cam, Navman's produced a device that can go head to head with your smartphone GPS -- and win.
At Paris Auto Show, the Finnish company boasts of its successes winning over automakers who pay to use the mapping technology in their vehicles.
A new plan called "Connected Citizens" will give real-time anonymized crowdsourced traffic data to government departments.
With many tweaks and improvements over the previous generation, the Pioneer AppRadio 3 is our favorite app-mirroring dashboard car audio receiver.
The Garmin HUD has a world of potential for improving road safety even when you’re not using a GPS, but it could still use some refinements.
You get what you pay for with the Move 30. You don't pay much, but a little more gets a much better GPS, and at this price point, we'd lean towards a GPS app instead.
TomTom's premium GPS has an all-new and very clear interface that makes searching for locations a charm.
The Garmin Nuvi 52 covers the navigation basics well in a stylish form factor, but it sits uncomfortably between genuine budget and premium devices.
The Garmin Nuvi 3597 is a fine premium GPS, but it's priced a little too high for our tastes.