The growing screen size and touch capabilities of smartphones, in combination with some great apps, are making them formidable rivals to standalone navigation devices.
Magellan gets in on the free lifetime traffic trend with its new 2010 line of GPS navigators. All eight of these new devices will feature the free traffic service, and text-to-speech.
Net giant has liberated the source code of a project that turns an Android phone into a GPS unit.
CNET editors round up in-car GPS devices with integrated Bluetooth for hands-free calling. Featured devices include the Motorola MotoNav TN765T, the Gamin Nuvi 765T, and the Pioneer AVIC-U310BT.
TomTom users can now have their turn-by-turn directions read by Sith Lord Darth Vader.
President Clinton's order to stop scrambling satellite signals paved the way for civilians to use GPS with the same accuracy as the military had long enjoyed.
Hot on the heels of the announcement of its new WebKit-based OS, TomTom confirms that it is developing an app store.
A third update to Aperture 3 improves the photo software's handling of chromatic aberration, improves stability, and includes many other tweaks.
TomTom bundles the XL 340-S with a carrying case, and you get to install the latest map update free of charge. Plus, you can load celebrity voices!
For users who want to add GPS navigation to their iPod Touch, the Dual XGPS300 is a possible solution, if they can get over the sticker shock.