Popular GPS Articles for 2004
Last year, the Garmin iQUE 3600 Palm OS based PDA with integrated GPS created quite a stir. That unit has been highly rated by users, leaving the "Pocket PC[...]
Hot on the heels of their successful Bluetooth-enabled Axim X30 line, Dell is launching a set of Bluetooth peripherals aimed at the Pocket PC market, starting with a Bluetooth GPS[...]
I am patiently waiting for Mr. UPS man to deliver a MIO 168 Pocket PC, the first ever to incorporate a built-in GPS!
Garmin has announced the cf Que 1620, a Compact Flash peripheral that adds GPS functionality to Pocket PC devices. It offers a flip-up antenna and 64 MB of built-in memory[...]
Garmin has announced the iQue 3200, a less-expensive version of its Palm OS handheld with a built-in GPS receiver.
iGolf Technologies is now offering directly to the public its driver that allows Palm OS handhelds to use the the Pretec GPS SD card.
The upcoming Navman GPS 4460 for Palm OS devices is a voice-enabled Bluetooth GPS receiver that will come with street-level maps of North America.
PROPortable has just begun offering a Bluetooth-enabled GPS receiver that is compatible with both Palm OS and Pocket PC devices.
Nokia today announced its latest addition to its collection of megapixel imaging smartphones. It also announced its first Bluetooth GPS receiver.
Evidence emerged today that Garmin is preparing to release a new version of its Palm OS handheld with a built-in GPS receiver.
SiRFSoft GPS software allows Palm and Pocket PC makers to make their location-aware devices smaller and cheaper.
An upcoming bundle from TomTom will include mapping software and wither a wired or wireless GPS receiver. The software will offer 3D maps and spoken directions.
An online retailer is now taking pre-orders for the first Pocket PC designed for consumers to include a built-in GPS receiver.
Dell today announced two new accessories designed for its Axim X30: a GPS receiver and a folding keyboard. Both of these communicate with the handheld via Bluetooth, so no wires[...]
iGolf Technologies Inc. has launched of iGolfgps v.2, a golf GPS application aimed at significantly improving a golfer's level of skill and playing ability.
Pretec Electronics Corp. has announced that it will release seven new SDIO cards later this year, including two wireless networking cards, two cameras, a GPS module, and more.
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Navman is now offering a rebranded version of the MiTAC Mio 168, a Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver.
palmOne has just announced plans to begin offering a Bluetooth-enabled GPS receiver in June.
It appears that MiTAC is working on an improved version of its Mio 168, which was the first Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver.