Saturday, January 30, 2010

Nokia Fires Back at Google With Free GPS on 10 Phones

Article Title: Nokia Fires Back at Google With Free GPS on 10 Phones

Article Snippet: "...Nokia, the global leader in cellphone handsets, said it had made available through its Web site a new, free version of its Ovi Maps software which includes turn-by-turn instructions for 74 countries, with..."


Reference: www.nytimes.com

Thursday, January 28, 2010

WEDC to support military GPS platforms

Article Title: WEDC to support military GPS platforms

Article Snippet: "...White Electronic Designs, a developer of semiconductor, memory and circuit integration technologies for defense applications, announced it has been selected for multiple contracts to support military GPS platforms from undisclosed clients...."


Reference: www.upi.com

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Google Nexus One Phone

Article Title: Google Nexus One Phone

Article Snippet: "...the Google Nexus One phone has an Assisted Global Positioning System (AGPS) receiver..."


Reference: www.google.com

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Samsung to Ship New Built-in GPS Camera

Article Title: Samsung to Ship New Built-in GPS Camera

Article Snippet: "...WB650 model that features an embedded GPS to geo-tag pictures. Other particularities are a 15x optical zoom lens that starts at an ultrawide 24mm, a 3-inch AMOLED display and HD-quality video..."


Reference: www.gpsbusinessnews.com

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Golf GPS

Article Title: Swami 1500 Golf GPS

Article Snippet: "...Golf and the technology of global positioning or GPS have had a beneficial marriage for awhile and as in most marriages the relationship changes
over time. The service giving yardages to the green, hazards and even
exact hole locations..."


Reference: www.frontpagegolf.com

Monday, January 18, 2010

GPS satellite SVN24

Article Title: GPS satellite SVN24 began moving into a new orbital slot

Article Snippet: "...The U.S. Air Force Global Positioning Systems Wing and the 50th Space Wing on January 11th announced a reconfiguration of GPS constellation to 24+3 or “Expandable 24.” ..."


Reference: www.satnews.com