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CSR absorbs GPS chip company SiRF

British company acquiring maker of GPS chips used by TomTom, Garmin, others.

By February 10, 2009


New GPS platform aims to save batteries

CSR's new architecture, designed for mobile phones and other portable devices, can run in an "aware" state that uses very little power.

By July 29, 2009


Broadcom wins latest patent battle over GPS technology

A judge has ruled against SiRF Technology's request to re-examine an earlier ruling that Broadcom has not infringed against the company's patents.

By August 15, 2008


Cowon teases three new touch-screen PVPs

Korean manufacturer Cowon has announced three new portable media players at the IFA 2008 convention in Berlin.

By August 25, 2008


Mio looking to capture new audience with GPS camera

At Computex 2008, Mio Technology introduces a new concept digital camera with integrated GPS.

By June 3, 2008


Google carves an Android path through open-source world

Google is committed to many open-source tenets with its Android mobile phone software--but it's willing to step on a few open-source toes, too.

By May 22, 2008


Sony NV-U73T and NV-U83T available in stores now

Sony announces the retail availability of its Sony NV-U73T and Sony NV-U83T portable navigation systems.

By February 26, 2008


GPS gadget aims to ease geotagging

ATP's $99 GPS Photo Finder aims to automate the process of adding location data to digital photos, which today is usually a tedious manual process.

By January 15, 2008


New Sony NV-U83T and Sony NV-U73T GPS units focus on safety

Sony adds two portable navigation systems, the Sony NV-U83T and the Sony NV-U73T, to its lineup.

By January 6, 2008


Coming in 2008: GPS-enabled cameras?

The founder of GPS chip designer Sirf Technology believes some cameras next year will know where they're taking photos, partly through new technology that can get a location fix faster.

By November 29, 2007