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[22 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Google Maps Get Search Suggest | ]

Google propose, who public often use to build funny jokes, is now available on Google Maps in the US. It was previously only available in Germany, , Hong Kong and Taiwan, but now that list has been expanded to include 10 new domains and eight new languages. Now when you type out your destinations in Google Maps, Google will automatically start to propose places, businesses and points of interest that are relevant to your location. Google Map users in Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, the …

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[20 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Jobo photoGPS gets two more models | ]

Jobo has introduced a couple more new versions of its award-winning GPS receiver photoGPS, and before we continue, let us explain what the photoGPS is all about. that tiny GPS receiver is attached to the hot-shoe of a digital, where it will capture location data instantaneously and automatically with each shot you take. All geographical co-ordinates are translated automatically into real address info thanks to its included software, and that happens when you hook it up to a computer, where it will soon after tag all images with that knowledge. …

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[5 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on AT&T 3G LaptopConnect devices now on sale | ]

AT&T will be selling a couple of 3G LaptopConnect devices in the style of the AT&T USBConnect Turbo and AT&T USBConnect Velocity from March 7 onwwards. The latter is touted to be the first GPS-enabled LaptopConnect device from AT&T with a microSD memory card slot, where it will work in tandem with a free software application. Using the help of the Option GPS Control Panel, alongside location-enabled sites such as Yahoo! Maps and Bing, directions and local points of interest are a snap to read about. As for the AT&T …

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[17 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Motonav TN555 And TN765 GPS Hands On At MWC | ]

[WMC 2010] Motorola was demonstrating a couple of GPS devices that will manufacture it to the U.S in the next few months. You might remember that we mentioned these units to you last month during CES. The most interesting was indeed the TN765, which is the high-end one, with all the features that are must-have on Personal Navigation Devices (PND): Voice commands, 3d maps, hands-free, traffic, messaging, iPod connector… you name it. While the graphics are not as fast as video games, it is still faster than many competitors. whether you want, …