Garmin goes bonkers at CTIA, announces slew of upgrades / partnerships
byDarren Murph||April 1st 2008 at 10:25amApril 1st 2008 10:25 am
Quite frankly, we're still recovering from Garmin's onslaught of GPS navigation systems at CES, but just as those last mental wounds were healing, along comes the outfit to drop yet another bomb. This time, Garmin's taking CTIA hostage and announcing a veritable smorgasbord of application upgrades and partnerships. Up first is an upgrade to Garmin Mobile, which promises to bring a new interface and Google Local search to a variety of BlackBerry, Symbian and WinMo handsets. Continuing on, we're also hearing that Garmin GPS owners can "now send locations found on Google Maps" and MapQuest, select Samsung handset owners can grab hold of Mobile Navigator and Garmin Mobile now plays nice with nTelos' lineup of BREW-enabled devices. Thirsty for more? Fantastic -- you'll be bubbling over once you get done perusing the links below.
[Thanks, Allory] Read - Garmin Mobile On BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows Mobile Read - Garmin Teams with Google Maps Read - MapQuest and Garmin Announce a Partnership Read - Garmin Provides Navigator for Samsung Mobile Phones Read - Garmin Mobile for BlackBerry Available from Centennial Wireless Read - Garmin Mobile Turns nTelos Phones into GPS Navigators Read - Garmin's Fleet Management Interface Network Grows