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Is GPS liability next? January 16, 2008 Who's on the hook when a navigation system's instructions result in an accident?
Geotagging links photos to locales September 4, 2007 Attaching location data to images enables new ways to search photos, give slide shows or be a virtual tourist. For now, early adopters only need apply.Photos: A look at geotagging technology
GPS traffic reports for impatient drivers April 27, 2007 Technology that helps you avoid gridlock is improving rapidly. A CNET News.com reporter takes a device for a test spin.Photos: GPS traffic kit shows the way
GPS navigator to include Yahoo search January 3, 2007 Dash Navigation will integrate Yahoo Local Search into its GPS device for cars, giving owners access to events, businesses and reviews.
Helio adds new GPS-enabled phone November 9, 2006 The Drift will let subscribers broadcast their location to friends and use Google Maps using satellite GPS technology.
Photos: Helio calls on Drift
Turning cell phones into lifelines December 5, 2006 update Cell phones constantly update their position with cell towers, making them an important tool in finding lost persons.
How law enforcement uses Google Earth September 14, 2007 Service helps police see what pot growers and property tax cheats are doing, as well as provide public with important traffic data.Images: Google Earth eyes the law
BlackBerry 8800 makes its debut February 12, 2007 Research In Motion's new handset includes trackball screen navigation, GPS, media player, other multimedia features. Photos: RIM's BlackBerry 8800
GPS ready for its media closeup September 26, 2006 In-car systems, sure. But Kanwar Chadha, co-founder of Sirf Technology, says navigation devices are making far broader inroads.
Flying car ready for takeoff? February 15, 2006 MIT students working on a vehicle--resembling an SUV with retractable wings--they hope will carry two people on 100- to 500-mile hops. Images: Terrafugia's flying car
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