- News tagged "gps"
Tuesday, 13 Nov 2012
Google is launching the Google Maps Navigation (Beta) for phones running Android 2.2 and above. Built from the ground up as an Internet-connected GPS system, read on to find out what Google Maps Navigation (Beta) has to offer.
Tuesday, 9 Oct 2012
Now, users need not have to worry about losing signal in the middle of their journey, or incur hefty roaming charges when traveling abroad, thanks to the latest TomTom maps which are loaded and stored offline.
Thursday, 30 Aug 2012
Designed for high performance with a clear UI, the Nike+ SportWatch GPS adds personalization and motivational features to the running experience, such as audible sounds, challenges, run reminders, just to name a few.
Thursday, 23 Aug 2012
With this new version, customers will be able to navigate to addresses found on the Internet, search with foursquare, and get the latest TomTom maps. Simply copy an address and paste it into the app, and it will automatically work out the destination and direct you there.
Thursday, 5 Jul 2012
Today, TomTom officially announced their largest personal navigation device yet - the 6-inch Via 620 - for Singapore. Apart from a large display, the new Via 620 also includes a host of other useful features such as iQ Route and free lifetime map updates.
Tuesday, 19 Jun 2012
TomTom has announced the availability of its latest map products for the APAC region at CommunicAsia 2012.
Tuesday, 17 Apr 2012
ASUS has officially announced that it will be offering a free external GPS extension kit to users of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime. The GPS dongle is issued to improve the overall GPS signal reception of the Transformer Prime, which has fallen short of customers' expectations since its launch.
Wednesday, 7 Dec 2011
A recent study by TomTom shows Clementi being the worst suburb for the morning commute, with travel time nearly two and a half times longer (147 percent increase) during morning peak hours.
Friday, 28 Oct 2011
Pioneer to introduce AR Head-Up Display navigation system for commercial vehicles in 2012.
Tuesday, 3 May 2011
TomTom sold user data to Dutch police, and says it was "to help them identify congested areas for safety reasons and to help determine where road capacity needs to be increased." Unfortunately, it looks like the police had other ideas in mind, as they used the data to determine locations for speed traps! As you can guess, customers are none too happy with their data being sold.