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SiRF Technology Inc. (makers of the SiRFstar chip line, amongst others) and Intel (makers of everything else) have just signed a license and joint development agreement to collaborate on products which the companies hope will \"help location and wireless connectivity become more mainstream in next g

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If you've yearned for an Asian-based GPS, but didn't feel like worrying over those annoying import duties or changing out the maps, Space Machine apparently feels your pain. Contrary to its title, this device actually doesn't include the marked highways on Jupiter and Mars, but it does manage to inc

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It looks like Palm was inspired by Garmin's Mobile 20 Bluetooth GPS-sportin' cradle for Treos, releasing its own variation on the theme this week. Their \"GPS Navigator Smartphone Edition\" includes the cradle itself along with TomTom's NAVIGATOR 6 software and US / Canadian basemaps loaded onto a 1G

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Yeah, it's European GPS, which means it's of little or no use to us in the US, but for our, um, European weekend readers we present ViaMichelin's Navigation X-950T, featuring your now-standard SiRFStar III GPS receiver, FM radio, SD slot, and supportfor TMC (Traffic Message Channel) and sent via RDS

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