Sony Ericsson add GLONASS to its Smartphones

Sony Ericsson has added GLONASS to its latest range of Android Smartphone. The Russian GNSS constellation is now improving the positioning accuracy, according to Magnus Persson, Positioning Specialist at Sony Ericsson. Sony Ericsson smartphones that support GLONASS: Xperia arc, Xperia arc S, Xperia ray, Xperia neo, Xperia neo v, Xperia pro, Xperia PLAY, Xperia active,…

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Prepare your GPS

GPS technology has changed the way we travel. While exciting, traveling and exploring foreign countries can be stressful. Everything is unfamiliar. You may not be able to read the road signs or speak the language well enough to understand directions. A GPS loaded with area-specific maps helps you to enjoy your travels with peace of…

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Inrix connect Smartphone with In-Car GPS

Users can now enter a destination on the iPhone (or Android or Blackberry device later this quarter) and push it directly to Ford’s in-car navigation system. The app is powered by Inrix, and it illustrates the value of connecting user input from outside the car with an interface and real-time data available inside the car.…

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Garmin ultra-thin nuvi PND

Garmin featured an ultra slim range of nuvi PND at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The 5-inch personal navigation devices (3500 Series) include Garmin latest navigation engine, Guidance 3.0, Digital 3D Traffic and compatibility with Garmin’s newest Android application, Smartphone Link. The nuvi 3590LMT comes with enabled Bluetooth, free lifetime digital 3D traffic…

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