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While Palm has worked with Garmin in the past on a few iQues, it's so far relied solely on TomTom to provide the GPS software for its own hardware like its various GPS Navigators (pictured at right). That now looks about to change, however, with the company today announcing that it'll soon start shi

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While Palm has worked with Garmin in the past on a few iQues, it's so far relied solely on TomTom to provide the GPS software for its own hardware like its various GPS Navigators (pictured at right). That now looks about to change, however, with the company today announcing that it'll soon start shi

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Garmin -- your favorite GPS team ever -- are about to drop some serious map-styles all over your mobile phone. The company today announced a new set of microSD cards preloaded with its navigation software and standard maps of the US or Europe. The cards will turn your average, boring, ugly phone int

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Garmin -- your favorite GPS team ever -- is to drop some serious map-styles all over your mobile phone. The company today announced a new set of microSD cards preloaded with its navigation software and standard maps of the US or Europe. The cards will turn your average, boring, ugly phone into a bon

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Garmin looks to trotted out Nuvis by the bucket load at CeBIT, announcing no less than a half dozen new models, as well as a new tool that'll let bosses keep tabs on their employees. Likely of most interest to those on this side of the Atlantic is the company's new 200-series Nuvis (pictured above),

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