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Who'd have thought we'd be happy to see an unassuming black box? Delphi and Verizon managed to whet our interest with their Vehicle Diagnostics kit and service at CES, and our curiosity is renewed now that the monitoring combo is available for drivers. The finished product costs a fairly steep $25

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Every year at CES, the focus on autos and the tech they're outfitted with grabs a fair share of the attention in Las Vegas. This installment was no different. While several companies trotted out their latest infotainment wares, the self-driving debate nabbed a prime spot as Toyota and Audi both of

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We first caught wind of Delphi and Verizon's new Vehicle Diagnostics service a couple of days back. Today we got to see the thing in action at the Pepcom event here at CES. The hardware is a small black plastic box that should plug into most cars sold in the US after 1996. Once inserted, it commun

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We're totally enamored of dual-view displays, and Delphi's demoing a dual-view nav system at CES that shows a GPS display to the driver and video to the passenger. Unlike TI's dual-view DLP rig, there are no dorky glasses required for Delphi's system to work -- it uses something called a \"parallax

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Details are a little sketch and there's only a shot of the device's battery compartment, but it looks like a new MyFi-branded XM2go receiver is on the way, cause that's what XM's telling the FCC and the FCC don't take kindly to lies. The unit, labeled as Delphi model number SA10113A and XM part num

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Those patiently awaiting further details on Delphi's latest navigation system need wait no longer, as the firm has finally cranked out the full array of details on the NAV300. This 3.5-inch GPS will feature a SIRFstarIII receiver, rechargeable Li-ion, 32MB of Flash ROM, 64MB of RAM, an SD expansion

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Delphi, a familiar face when it comes to GPS navigation systems, is readying a followup to last year's touchscreen based NAV200, aptly named the NAV300. The specs don't deviate wildly from the older model, keeping the 400MHz processor, SiRFstar III GPS receiver and SD memory card options pretty muc

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Ok, so they don't exactly have all that much in common but, you know us, we can't just let good unboxings (or even not so good ones) slide by unnoticed. The first comes courtesy of the fine folks at Orbitcast, who managed to get their hands on Delphi's SkyFi3 portable XM satellite radio. While they

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As gadgets of all types slim down with time, the GPS market is seeing an increased flurry of shirt-pocket navigation units like Delphi's NAV200. The company's first effort at producing a PMP / NAV hybrid was a bit of a mixed bag according to PC Magazine, but still offered a respectable amount of fe

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Even though CNET was able to get its grubby hands on a test unit to review, the SkyFi3 was apparently not yet really, really approved by the FCC for sale en masse. Nevertheless, Delphi had a right to feel confident, as the oh-so-powerful agency has officially given its blessing to the on-the-go XM

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Now that the SkyFi3 is finally on the market and presumably safe from the RIAA / FCC, Delphi's jack-of-all-trades has been deemed a success -- at least mostly, anyway. The folks over at CNET were able to give the portable XM recorder / DAP hybrid a thorough once over, and they were fairly impressed

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We've been tossed around a bit with this new SkyFi3 player from Delphi, but they've finally gotten one of those fancy press releases out for the thing, so hopefully this will stick. At least all the specs are the same: 2.8-inch monochrome display, microSD slot, external card-dock or Live Wearable Ki

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Delphi's got a new GPS handheld that further blurs the line between navigation systems and PMPs, even if its naming scheme isn't quite keeping up with its feature set. The NAV200 looks to be suitably small unit, based on Windows CE, with a 400MHz processor, SIRFstart III GPS chipset, 3.5-inch touch

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It's sure been a while, but Delphi is finally getting around to updating their SkyFi series with the new SkyFi 3 portable player, and the folks at xm411.com managed to get their hands on one for a little bit of alone time. They definitely like what they see, and while the bigger screen makes the dev

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Despite their troubles, Delphi is still kicking it with their auto add-on business, now pushing a premium navigation system designed for most 2003-2006 GM light trucks and SUVs, including the Chevy Tahoe, Suburban, Trailblazer, GMC Envoy, Yukon, and Cadillac Escalade, among others. The Delphi TNR800

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