Narrow your search
Sony's just busted out a couple of swanky new car stereos that feature built-in high-end satellite navigation features from the guys and girls at TomTom
TomTom makes good on its pledge to offer lifetime map and traffic updates on select models with its announcement today that the services are now available in North America.
In his keynote at the Web 2.0 Expo, Tim O'Reilly sets off the punditocracy by insisting that the "war of the Web" is heating up again. Did it ever cool off?
Chinese filtering software has been criticized for having holes. The solution? Fix it. How communist. We also give you a hack for getting free tethering on the iPhone and we bemoan the fate of MySpace.
A ride in Lexus first "luxury economy car", GPS maps that don't look like maps, you won't believe what Audi has in mind for the R8, and GM gets bundled up for a swift reorg to the tune of $30 billion!
GPS manufacturer TomTom announces Map Update Service, a subscription-based service that provides quarterly map updates.
A bat hitched a ride on the space shuttle Discovery and I think it's going to be a long long time till touchdown brings it down again. Of course, IBM apparently wants to buy Sun too.
At CES 2009, TomTom unveils the TomTom Go 740 Live--the first connected GPS for the company. It comes with a SIM card and GPRS connection to deliver more dynamic content to the portable navigation device.
Tired of lugging a big travel book on vacation? Some Nokia phone users won't have to. They'll be able to download Lonely Planet travel guides directly onto their mobile handsets.
Company is adding Lonely Planet travel guides to its Nokia Maps 2.0 service.