Popular GPS Articles for 2003
The Garmin iQue 3600 handheld is one of the most unique devices available, thanks to its built-in Global Positioning System (GPS) reciever. And it has a few other surprises as[...]
So what do you get when you cross a mid-to-high end Palm OS PDA with a Global Positioning System (GPS)? One answer is a surprising new offering from Garmin --[...]
An online retailer has announced that the first SD GPS receiver will be available in about two months. It will be compatible with both Palm OS and Pocket PC[...]
MiTAC has announced the Mio 168, which is the first Pocket PC to include a built-in GPS receiver. Unfortunately, it probably won't be available outside of Asia.
Updated It appears that Matsushita is close to releasing a GPS receiver that connects to the handheld through the SD slot.
Want GPS on SD? Details are thin, but such a device is comingA new study shows the Palm Tungsten T and C far outlast and outperform the latest iPAQ's [...]
Pocket Streets 2004 allows users to download maps from Streets & Trips 2004 and then use a GPS receiver to automatically see their current location on a map.
A German company is going to introduce this week a new wireless handheld that runs Linux and includes a GPS receiver, Bluetooth, a lot more.
X3i listing was a mistake, says Dell; position's legality questioned New SDIO GPS in Japan Four new games from Astraware Axim X3 leather case Fitaly for[...]
DeLorme is now offering a tiny GPS receiver. Tungsten C users can get a free trial of Wayport’s Wi-Fi service, Zire 71 users can get a free trial of Audible.com’s[...]
This Palm OS 5 device with an integrated GPS receiver is now available for pre-order from numerous webstores.
This highly-anticipated device that integrates a GPS receiver into a Palm OS handheld is on its way to stores now.
This week HP will be announcing many new mobility devices at the ITU Telecom World 2003, these include two new iPaqs and a GPS accessory for iPaq devices. However,[...]
TomTom USA Navigator is a complete GPS system designed to interface with a handheld computer for navigation, route planning, and mapping.
Symbol has introduced a rugged Pocket PC that has built-in wireless VoIP; Mapopolis is now offering a Bluetooth GPS Kit; Synclub is a new Pocket PC software reseller; and more.
The release of Garmin's iQue 3600, which combines a GPS receiver and a Palm OS 5 handheld, has been delayed until mid-July.
ClearRoute automatically routes users with a GPS-enabled Pocket PC around traffic jams. A public beta of this app is available now from Mapopolis.
Belkin will begin offering a Bluetooth GPS Receiver in the middle of next month. This will work with Pocket PCs and cost $300.
ProClip USA, which sells an extensive line of automotive mounting hardware for PDAs, cellphones etc., is now carrying GPS receivers and accessories by SysOnChip. I recently tested the CF[...]
Sony has released updates for software on several of its Clie models; those buying new Toshiba Pocket PCs can get a discount on Pharos GPS receivers; the Palm Tungsten C[...]