By Christopher Price on July 25, 2012
Novatel’s latest MiFi is a mix of old and new. But, in a good way… we’ll explain. Nobody has tested this unit more than us.
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By Christopher Price on March 13, 2012
Nokia builds on its commitment to HTML5 Maps, doesn’t build on explaining exactly why.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 16, 2011
Navigation solutions developer Mapquest has launched its first navigation application for Android in a beta version with features such as free voice-guided turn-by-turn directions, walking and driving directions, real-time traffic mapping with automatic rerouting, satellite mapping and voice search. The application is completely free with no additional fees necessary for use.
By Christopher Price on September 2, 2010
Microsoft has updated Bing for Windows Mobile, in a way that many Windows Phone owners won’t be happy about. The latest version of Bing for Windows Mobile prohibits devices with QVGA or lower resolution screens… even for users that already have the application installed. Previously devices below QVGA (320×240 pixels) were permitted to install in [...]
By Humberto Saabedra on April 2, 2010
A new navigation app for Android serves as an alternative to Google Maps with Navigation should travel outside cellular coverage be necessary in MapDroyd by allowing map downloads to microSD storage on the device. The application uses map data from the OpenStreetMap initiative and the app also uses GPS for position tracking and compass support, [...]
By Humberto Saabedra on December 4, 2009
Following up, HTC has confirmed on their Twitter feed that the Droid Eris will be updated in the first quarter of next year to support Google Maps with Navigation following the recent release of the application for devices based on Android 1.6, after launching with a modified build of 1.5 earlier this month.
By Humberto Saabedra on November 11, 2009
The users over at XDA-Developers have successfully ported the recently introduced Google Maps with Navigation built into the Motorola Droid, with early reviews deeming it a success. The process for installation is currently being streamlined to be made as simple as possible, with full GPS capabilities being supported.
By Christopher Price on September 11, 2008
The first live shots of the BlackBerry Curve 8350i on Nextel. Hit Read More to see the photos.
By Christopher Price on November 5, 2007
The latest BlackBerry offering from Verizon, in the form of a re-tooled Pearl, may be the first time Verizon Wireless got a data device right. Read more for the first impressions from the first shipment of Pearls. The Pearl, in a cast of many other devices…Buy a Pearl from Verizon Wireless
By Christopher Price on March 27, 2006
Sprint has partnered with InfoSpace to offer their own point-to-point navigational offering. Sprint Find It! will launch on over 20 phones, and will offer navigation services to businesses using the InfoSpace directory. The application has been immediately met with comparisons to Google’s Local for Mobile Java application, but actually compares much more closely to the [...]