We've selected our Top 5 picks for in-car GPS navigation systems. We will frequently update this lis
With its cool looks and strong reception, the Pharos Pocket GPS Navigator keeps you heading in the right direction.
Though the Pharos Drive GPS 140 has an accurate receiver and good Bluetooth integration, it will require patience on your part as it suffers from somewhat sluggish performance and an unintuitive interface.
Samsung's supersized smartphone gets a shot of Android 4.1.2 and a host of other surprises. Plus: a few bug fixes come along for the ride.
That's an external hard drive, believe it or not, and an Internet-connected GPS (again, believe it or not). Two deals too good to pass up!
The carrier will sell the 7-inch SpringBoard and the 10.1-inch flagship Samsung tablet later this year. Both come with Android 3.2, aka Honeycomb.
Waze community GPS navigation gets a version 2.4 update that adds new features for U.S. and Canadian Android and iPhone users.
The versatile Earthmate connects wirelessly to your PDA or laptop via a USB cable, but it misses the mark in the coolness category.
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Google expands two popular mobile features to Canada and to some European countries: voice navigation and voice search.
While better designed than the Traveler 127, the Pharos Traveler 137 still suffers from performance and navigation issues.
While the Pharos Traveler 127 holds the advantage over most GPS-enabled smartphones by coming preloaded with navigation software, it loses any competitive edge it had due to sluggish performance.