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We first caught sight of this tiny Bluetooth GPS data logger a few months back under the guise of the Columbus V-900 but unfortunately didn't have much in the way of a price, release date, or complete specs at the time. Thanks to the wonderful world of consumer electronics, however, the same device

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Compared to those bulky alternatives out there, Columbus' V-900 looks like a real gem. This diminutive GPS data logger appears to feature built-in Bluetooth, a microSD slot and bundled software that helps you map out those coordinates once you return home from that howling backpacking trip across E

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Taiwanese Supa had a pretty swish gadget out on display on the floor today, a handset with GPS and GPS data logging capabilities. Featuring quad-band GSM / GPRS, a SiRFstarIII chipset, storage for up to 1440 way points, Geo Fence -- with alarms sent via SMS whenever the fence is breached -- a dedic

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Taiwanese Supa had a pretty swish gadget out on display on the floor today, a handset with GPS and GPS data logging capabilities. Featuring quad-band GSM / GPRS, a SiRFstarIII chipset, storage for up to 1440 way points, Geo Fence -- with alarms sent via SMS whenever the fence is breached -- a dedic

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There's not a whole lot out there on this one just yet, but apparently, Mainnav is getting set to unveil the MG-910D's successor -- at least, that's what we gather from the \"available soon\" icon beside it on the firm's website. Nevertheless, we do know that it will sport a SiRFstarIII GPS chipset, a

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QSTARZ is taking its familiarity with GPS receivers and integrating a data logger to form the newfangled BT-Q1000. This two-faced device doubles as a Bluetooth GPS receiver to navigate your course and allows you to \"record your routes\" in order to plot points on Google Earth and disseminate the map

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We enjoyed our run with the Nike+iPod, but it was a one trick pony. On the other hand, who wants to carry around something like the LOOX N100 when you just want to track coordinates? If there was only a simple GPS data logger -- something that could monitor our speed, altitude, location, perhaps eve

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There's nothing quite like watching one manufacturer attempt to outdo another, only to watch them both fall short unsuspectingly when a third wheel steps in and ups the ante. While ZigBee and One-Net certainly have their applications, AIRcable is hoping to conquer their respective territories while

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It looks like Garmin's set to release another GPS receiver intended to sit on the handlebars of your motorcycle, and like the TomTom Rider, this unit features built-in Bluetooth for streaming spoken directions directly to a compatible helmet. Though not quite as stylish as the Rider, the upcoming Zu

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