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  • GPS Shoes Will Get You To Your Destination

    Published by dennis September 18, 2012

    Finding your way home is relatively easy for everyone. But it can be an entirely different thing when it comes to finding the way just about anywhere else. For people who have such problems with location and finding them, this GPS shoes may someday be quite useful.
    The GPS Shoes is actually a design concept that was developed by designer Dominic Wilcox as commissioned by the Global Footprint, a footwear maker in No

  • Garmin fenix GPS Watch

    Published by dennis July 17, 2012

    It seems that wrist watches nowadays should have more features other than just telling time in order to become more relevant. With many other portable devices that now offer the same function, watches may just be relegated to being a fashion piece nowadays. But with the Garmin fenix, a GPS feature is added to make it a more useful device once again.
    The Garmin fenix GPS Watch is a convenient wrist watch that houses

  • Garmin zumo 350LM Motorcycle GPS Navigator

    Published by dennis June 6, 2012

    GPS navigation has become an essential part of today’s cars.  It won’t hurt to have motorcycles also have them on board. That is probably the reason why Garmin has come up with the new zumo 350LM GPS Navigator designed mainly for bikers and two-wheeled enthusiasts.
    The new Garmin zumo 350LM GPS Navigator is a stylish and rugged GPS device designed for those who prefer riding motorcycles. It features a

  • Delorme inReach Two-Way Satellite Communicator Now for iPhone

    Published by kristoffer May 23, 2012

    When the Delorme inReach two-way GPS communicator was first released last year, many outdoor adventurers saw the need to have one. After all, they (and even we) do not want to end up lost or injured in a location where there is no cell phone signal or WiFi–which is pretty much 90 percent of the earth, according to the manufacturer. It received numerous prestigious awards including 2012 Backpacker Editors

  • Garmin Teases In-Dash Infotainment System with Multi-Sensor Knob

    Published by kristoffer May 22, 2012

    Garmin is slowly branching out its GPS business to the in-car infotainment niche, deciding to set its focus towards permanent in-dash installations instead of dedicated compact devices.
    Its latest development emphasizes on improving control systems, wherein Garmin may be ditching touchscreen control slightly in favor of a console-mounted controller so drivers can adjust settings and navigate minimizing distractions

  • Garmin GPSMAP 62S Handheld GPS

    Published by dennis May 21, 2012

    Getting lost is not always a good thing. It can cause stress, worry and not to mention the embarrassment that sometimes come with simply getting lost somewhere and not being able to do anything about it. Be it in the woods or somewhere in the city, getting GPS devices like the Garmin GPSMAP 62S to help out.
    The Garmin GPSMAP 62S is a handheld GPS that would be a great toll for those who are usually lost. It is espe

  • Tagg Pet Tracker

    Published by dennis February 17, 2012

    No matter how you love your pet dog or cat, keeping track of your pet personally at all times may not always be possible. Your busy schedule just won’t allow you to do that or give you that privilege. But you can make technology help you out in trying to know wherever your pet may be, even if you can’t always be there to “see” them. All you might need is attach the Tagg Pet Tracker on your p

  • First Android-Powered GPS Device Introduced

    Published by kristoffer December 16, 2011

    Ever wonder why GPS devices, especially those that arrived before the free GPS apps, are really expensive? It is because its propriety libraries and interfaces are created from scratch and that comes at a price. That will seem to change with an upcoming GPS device that runs on Android.
    GPS manufacturer Holux and sporting map app make SatSki have partnered up to develop the All Sports GPS, a smartphone-like device

  • Pioneer Unveils Potternavi GPS for Bikes

    Published by kristoffer October 27, 2011

    Pioneer ventures out of its comfort zone as it announces the Potternavi, a GPS device for bicycles. It features a 2.4-inch color LCD with 240 x 320 resolution, ANT+ support, acceleration sensor, a USB port, and up to 10 hours of battery life.
    According to Pioneer, the Potternavi not only displays maps and provides directions, but also allows users to look for popular spots nearby such as restaurants or stores. It

  • TomTom Halts Making Stand-Alone GPS Devices

    Published by kristoffer October 26, 2011

    There was a time when Global Positioning System (GPS) devices–dominated by Garmin and TomTom–are essential in every car, helping drivers navigate roads and highways without the need for hard-to-read maps and trying to catch traffic alerts on the radio. However, with free GPS services being offered on smartphones, the days of the GPS devices are nearing its end. After much contemplation about its futur

  • Amber Alert GPS V3

    Published by dennis October 16, 2011

    In this time of advanced gadgets and devices, one may think that the world becomes a better place. But that can be far from the truth. It is also a time where most parents have become more concerned about their child’s own safety in a gadget-filled environment where privacy and security can easily be breached. But it may also take… [Read More]

  • Retrieva GPS Dog Collar Helps Locate Lost Pooch

    Published by kristoffer September 19, 2011

    Pet dogs used to have microchips containing owner’s information implanted into their skin so the animals can be traced to their homes in case they get lost. Nowadays, GPS can also be used to track where their pets roam. The Retrieva GPS dog tracker is a collar with three years of research and development, promising that it can outperform any other tracking product for pets.
    The makers of Retrieva assures do

  • Garmin Edge 200: Cheap GPS for Cyclists

    Published by kristoffer August 19, 2011

    While there are GPS units in the market that cater to cyclists, most of them are pretty expensive. Garmin has just unveiled its Edge 200, a cheaper version of the Edge 500. It has similar features without the non-essential ones. For instance, the Edge 200 does not have a navigation function or the ability to gather data from power meters, heart rate monitors, and cadence sensors.
    But what the Edge 200 can do, ho

  • Magellan RoadMate 5175T-LM Lets You Plan Your Day

    Published by kristoffer June 24, 2011

    Magellan is not gonna give up on providing a standalone GPS navigator, a category slowly being beaten by GPS apps in smartphones. It has recently introduced the Magellan RoadMate 5175T-LM, a smartphone-like device with full WVGA display, WiFi, native web browser, and AAA TourBook app complete with Diamond ratings.
    The RoadMate 5175T-LM can be viewed on both portrait and landscape modes, adapting to personal viewin

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