Give your smartphone a break, especially on long trips, and let a dedicated device do the navigating.
One of the most useful automotive navigation features, Internet-based local search, has been strangely neglected by carmakers.
Fetch TV is contemplating an NBN investment that could see it become a major pay-TV competitor.
The Waze navigation app for iOS sets itself apart from other apps with a strong social-networking element.
iExit makes POI data freeway-friendly, so you can easily see what's at the nearest exit, the one after that, the one after that, and so on.
They're slimmer, more capable, and more affordable than ever before, but should you bother buying one when your smartphone can get you where you're going?
We've rounded up a selection of recently reviewed navigation devices with the highest user ratings.
Navigon announces its turn-by-turn navigation app for Windows Phone 7.
TomTom launches the new Go Live 1535M connected GPS with a quartet of apps from Yelp, TripAdvisor, Expedia, and Twitter.
Parrot's latest car audio receiver is based on Google's Android OS, but you couldn't tell that just by looking at it.