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  • GPS Personal Trainer – Paroos G100
    Posted in: Gps

    Like what you see! You may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Paroos of Korea have just realeased a new personal trainer called the Paroos G100. It’s a next-generation system, sleek and has stylish lines. It includes an Mp3 player with 512MB of storage and has other features such as an […]

  • Garmin Coordinates don’t lie – Royal British Navy
    Posted in: Gps

    According to Britain’s Ministry of Defense, a Royal Navy helicopter hovering over the scene last Friday took a photo of an eTrex Legend’s latitude and longitude coordinates — confirming that the troops were taken in international waters. Read more about this story here. Excerpt from Garmin Blogs.

  • What to look for when buying a gps navigation system
    Posted in: Gps

    Obviously the first thing to consider when buying a gps system is how you are going to use it. There are basically two major uses of gps systems, hand held(outdoor) use and in car use. Generally when using a hand held GPS for hiking and geocaching, coordinates are programmed into the hand held machine which […]

  • Magellan Explorist 500LE Review
    Posted in: Magellan

    Intelligently designed for comfortable right or left handed use, the Magellan Explorist 500LE is lightweight and pocket-sized so you can take it with you everywhere. Should the built-in maps and extra memory prove insufficient, users can load additional map data onto Secure Digital (SD) memory cards using Magellan’s MapSend software . There’s no limit to […]

  • New GPS Forum from GpsDock.com
    Posted in: Gps

    We are proud to announce a new forum page located at www.GpsDock.com/Forum . If you any questions related to gps navigation systems post them at the Forum and they will get answered. There are currently 11 forums available and have recruited several moderators and GPS Specialists to answer your questions.

  • Garmin Nuvi 200, 250, 270 Reviews
    Posted in: Gps

    The Garmin Nuvi 200, Nuvi 250 and Nuvi 270 are an addition that Garmin is making to the Nuvi series this summer. The folks over at GpsLodge.com have a great review on the new machines. In their review they go over the main features of the devices like the design, wind shield mounting and navigation. […]

  • 3D GPS Navigation Highlights from CeBit 2007
    Posted in: Gps

    One of the most interesting surprises at the CeBit this year, was the demonstration from NavNGo on their 3D navigation software for GPS Navigation systems on standard hardware, which used Mio’s PND H610. This solution is still in development, but NavNgo promised it will be ready for the summer, therefore certainly on the shelves for […]

  • Magellan Maestro – New gps systems from Magellan
    Posted in: Magellan

    Maestro is the new line that Magellan is releasing this summer and will include 3 models, the 4000, 4040 and 4050. Here is a short description of each of the models. The new Maestro series offers enhanced functions and features – from a newly designed user interface and a 4.3” WQVGA touch screen for better […]

  • Marketing with GPS
    Posted in: Gps

    One of the main rules to follow when advertising is that your ads must target the right market segment of your product. In New York City and Toronto, they are taking this rule to higher levels using gps technology to focus advertisers messages. When a taxi cab enters New York’s Chinatown, its rooftop sign changes […]

  • Find parking spots with your GPS Navigation System
    Posted in: Gps

    Pictures from sparkparking.com Now you don’t have to waste time driving around trying to find a parking spot. Spark Parking’s detailed parking information provides the locations of every paid parking facility in each covered city – from the enormous multi-level garages to the tiny surface lots hidden in alleys. In addition, Spark Parking includes facility […]

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