uLocate has a new service called WHERE widgets for your GPS-enabled phone.
Garmin has just made the nuvi 1690 official, clearing up the speculation around its newest connected PND.
iPhone and iPod Touch users can leverage Where's library of location-enabled widgets to easily discover nearby places.
Virgin Mobile launches its first-ever 3G phone, dubbed the Shuttle.
A partnership with Where.com means that owners of select Garmin navigators can use the devices to tell their Facebook friends where they are.
At a Mobile Web Wars Roundtable held by TechCrunch more than 20 mobile wonks discussed that state of mobile platforms. The iPhone was an object of adoration but not a big enough market to merit full attention.
A panel at SXSWi offers the debate: make the likes of Loopt, Brightkite, and Whrrl interoperable to ensure a level playing field, or let the industry just shake itself out.
Sprint is about to launch its new WiMax network and provides some details about the service.
Don't stay out too late! There are loads of panels and discussions that you'll want to check out at the annual geek confab in Austin.
The Virgin Mobile Shuttle is fast, sleek, and affordable, making it one of the most attractive handsets for Virgin Mobile customers.