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Handset makers get in on location services February 15, 2007 Nokia, Motorola are set to offer their own navigation services, which could put them in competition with mobile operators.Photos: Nokia, Motorola navigators
Postmortem on a gadget-filled Road Trip July 7, 2006 After 16 days and 3,279 miles, a CNET News.com reporter weighs in on the technology that accompanied him the whole way. Photos: Grading the gadgets
Intel's Live Large vision for mobile phones April 2, 2008 The Carry Small Live Large plan focuses on sensors and is one of the company's "four or five big bets" for upcoming tech trends.
(From ZDNet Australia)
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Mapping medieval streets using GPS February 14, 2008 News.com's Maggie Reardon meandered the cobblestone streets of Barcelona's Gothic quarter using Nokia's new Maps 2.0 service and the 6210 Navigator handset.Photos: Touring Barcelona with help from ...
Cornell cracks Galileo codes July 14, 2006 Europe's answer to GPS may be in economic jeopardy, researchers say. But EU says signals aren't final or secret. Images: Europe's satellite navigation rival
Mixing high tech into oil spill cleanup efforts November 20, 2007 While oil spills happen regularly around the globe, cleanup efforts are still largely the province of industrial equipment and methods.Photos: What it takes to clean up an oil spill
Taking your meds? Sensors will know July 5, 2007 High-tech monitors, Webcams and GPS devices can help caregivers check in on elderly parents--from afar.Photos: Home monitoringVideo: Long-distance eldercare
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