Casio EX-H20G hybrid GPS camera Geotags indoors

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When you take a photograph with a GPS-enabled camera the location is logged by its ability to connect to the overhead satellites. This is logical, but what happens when you’re indoors? Unfortunately, you won’t have any location data, until today. Casio has revealed their EX-H20G point and shooter that can log the geographic location (geotag) even indoors.

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Puma Phone is solar powered with pedometer, GPS tracker and stopwatch

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Puma is now in on the action. Their latest release is not a shoe that transmits the power of your kick to your iPod, but a mobile phone with solar cells attached to the flipside. The company is aiming to leave as little footprint as possible, and they have teamed up with Sagem to do just that.

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GPS location sharing to Facebook now on Verizon Wireless VZ Navigator 5.0

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Verizon Wireless’ latest release of VZ Navigator 5.0 has taken mobile GPS navigation to a whole new level. They have integrated the VZN service with Facebook, what this means is you can update your status from the app, and even share your locations with friends. This is an option of course, you don’t have to share your location when you post to your FB status.

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Red Light GPS Device Lacks GPS Navigation

Red Light GPS Device Lacks GPS Navigation

By and large, you would assume that when you buy a standalone GPS device for your car that this device would be able to provide you with turn-by-turn directions, as well as information about points of interest and so on. That is not the case with this particular product from Hammacher Schlemmer. Sure, it’s still […]

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Are Standalone GPS Devices Going the Way of the PDA?

You’ve probably noticed that most of us love the idea of convergence devices. Our cell phones used to be for just voice calls, but now we use them for taking pictures, listening to music, checking email, surfing the web, managing our schedules, and so much more. We’re also increasingly using them for GPS navigation purposes, […]

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GPS Geotags with New Sony HD Flash Camcorders

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If you are hesitant to spend a couple hundred dollars on a new Flip UltraHD, you will be even more hesitant to drop five times that amount on a new Sony camcorder. However, the new flash memory-based camcorders from Sony offer at least a couple of huge advantages over the pocket camcorder market. The cheaper […]

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TomTom Releases Homer Simpson Voice Pack for GPS Devices

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Whether you’re cruising around in your own town or you’re trying not to get lost in a foreign land, having a reliable GPS device in the car is quite the worthy investment. However, the pre-installed voices may not be the most interesting things in the world. Thankfully, for all the TomTom owners in the audience, […]

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MotoMap Motorcycle GPS System Powered by E-Ink and Solar Panels

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Up until now, many GPS systems for motorcycles have proven to be a point of frustration for bike riders. The mounting systems leave much to be desired and so many of the touchscreens aren’t rider glove-friendly. Designer Stephen Dettman has come up with an interesting navigational solution for bikers that overcomes many of these concerns. […]

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T-Mobile G1 Android Navigates to Telenav GPS

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Are you tired of getting lost in your own hometown? Getting jealous of your other smartphone friends and their ability to navigate to the right place in a reasonable amount of time? Well, you will soon have no excuse for getting lost again. The Android-powered T-Mobile G1 will soon be getting its clutches on the […]

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Video: Voiced Turn-By-Turn GPS Navigation Points to iPhone

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The Apple iPhone is filled with a lot of cool functionality, including the ability to play videos, surf the web, and point you toward some of the best sushi restaurants in town. It also comes with GPS functionality, so you that you can navigate to the said best sushi restaurant in town. With the basic […]

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Sidekick Blade (LX 2009) Rocks 3G and GPS for Social Networking

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The Sidekick line from T-Mobile may not be quite as popular these days as it has been in the past, but this latest iteration brings the handheld into the present with several new features. We’ve heard about the new Sidekick LX 2009 a couple of times already, but we are now learning that it will […]

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