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Kogan Mobile is now on sale, offering one of the best value prepaid mobile deals in Australia.
February and March are going to be big months for Garmin in Australia and New Zealand, with the GPS maker switching map providers and offering free lifetime map updates on select new models.
Navteq, one of the world's biggest suppliers of digital mapping data, will next month splash onto the Australian scene when its maps start showing up on GPS devices.
Just nine months after entering the portable GPS fray, Hitachi have announced that its two model line-up will be refreshed in mid-August.
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele wants his party to be as tech-savvy as the Dems, but some GOP say they should focus on their message first.
Under the bright lights of the Sydney Motor Show, Navman unveiled four new S-Series models in its GPS range that boast a more modern, post-iPod look.
TomTom has whipped the covers off three new portable GPS devices — the One, XL and Go 930 — as well as announcing the availability of traffic messaging by the end of July.
So you've decided you're going to get a portable GPS device, but what features should you look out for and which brand is best at what?
q&a CNET Australia sits down with the CEO of Better Place Australia, Evan Thornley, to discuss how his company plans to make the electric car a reality in Australia.
Declining prices and improved miniaturisation mean GPS is making its way out of the car and into other gadgets. You may never get lost again.