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RAC builds traffic app for Android & iPhone

RAC builds traffic app for Android & iPhone

By 20 January 2010

The RAC has released a mobile application that allows downloaders to avoid traffic jams. The app, which is available in the iPhone App Store and on the Android App Market, overlays traffic data onto a Google Map and displays it with the latest warning... >>

Version 7 of Destinator GPS for PDAs announced

Version 7 of Destinator GPS for PDAs announced

By 15 November 2007

Destinator Technologies has announced the launch of Destinator 7, the latest version of its mobile navigation software for PDAs. Designed especially for PDA users, Destinator 7 claims to deliver new levels of performance with faster, easier routing, an... >>

Mio shows new A702 PDA-Phone at Computex

Mio shows new A702 PDA-Phone at Computex

By 7 June 2007

Mio have shown off a new PDA phone at Computex – the A702. It looks rather promising with reports of a 3.2 megapixel camera complete with flash, built-in GPS with NavSteadi, it runs Windows Mobile 6 Pro, has a microSD card slot and a scroll wheel. It... >>

RAC launches range of satnav devices

RAC launches range of satnav devices

By 22 May 2007

The RAC has launched a range of three new satnavs with mapping info provided by Route 66, including a first to market 5-inch widescreen model. All three models claim to be user-friendly and boast full postcode search, pre-loaded safety camera info with... >>

Smartphone attempts to do 7.1 surround sound

Smartphone attempts to do 7.1 surround sound

By 2 May 2007

We've seen mobiles add everything from cameras, GPS right through to acting as a compass - now a handset in Hong Kong is trying to be a sound system. Featuring a staggering 7.1 audio, which if the photos illustrate it accurately the information is not... >>

RAC offering premium discounts for satnav users

RAC offering premium discounts for satnav users

By 9 February 2007

Using a mobile phone maybe concidered one of the most dangerous things to do in the car, but using your satnav not supposedly. The RAC has begun offering premium discounts for motorists who use satellite navigation equipment. According to the breakdown... >>

Drivers shirking maintenance duties

Drivers shirking maintenance duties

By 30 November 2006

British drivers are not carrying out basic motor vehicle checks and maintenance because they fear increasingly complex automotive technology. An RAC report suggests that motorists are becoming too reliant on other people to fix problems and more than... >>

Asus MyPal A639 combines GPS and PDA functions

Asus MyPal A639 combines GPS and PDA functions

By 23 August 2006

Asus has launched a new handheld device that combines the utility of a satnav device with the functions of a PDA. The MyPal A639 GPS PDA comes with 1GB of flash memory so that maps and other data can be stored on the device. The swivel antenna means that... >>

Fujitsu Siemens goes light with new Loox PDA

Fujitsu Siemens goes light with new Loox PDA

By 13 February 2006

Fujitsu Siemens is hoping to keep up its fight against HP and Palm with a upgrade to its LOOX 700 model. The company has announced a new version of its PDA range that is claiming to be the lightest handheld on the market. The new Pocket LOOX C550 weights... >>

3GSM 2006: Fujitsu Siemens launches new Pocket LOOX T Series

3GSM 2006: Fujitsu Siemens launches new Pocket LOOX T Series

By 13 February 2006

Fujitsu Siemens has launched two new smartphones at the 3GSM conference in Barcelona, Spain. The new handsets, the T810 and T830 will form a new range entitled Loox T, and come with a host of features that will put it up against Sony Ericsson's P990 handset.... >>


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