gps

Quick Look At The T-Mobile Garminfone

Ok, we’ve seen a ton of pictures of Garmin’s first entry into to the Android game. Now there’s a video of this handset in action. The guys over at Tmonews managed to get their hands on this video.  Another custom UI comes with the introduction of this phone. It’s designed to fulfill all your GPS needs, we finally get a chance to see how it works.

Garmin-Asus A10 PND-phone gets official

Garmin-Asus' latest Android smartphone has been outed, the 3.2-inch HVGA nuvifone A10.  Targeted at pedestrian navigation users, the A10 obviously comes with GPS but Garmin-Asus also preload mapping data onto the handset rather than leaving it to the whims of the cellular network while you're on the move.

Motorola Will Turn To Skyhook In Favor of Google Location Services

Motorola has just made the decision to use Skyhook instead of Google’s Location services. This news is relatively new and out of nowhere so there aren’t many details on how this will work just yet. Does Motorola have a problem with Google? Or, Motorola is just trying to have their devices stand out from the rest of the Android devices.

No Free Google Maps Turn-by-Turn GPS Navigation For The iPhone

There has been a rumor around the web that Google will be adding free navigation to the iPhone. Google has denied such claims but left the door open slightly by stating that it may come to multiple mobile platforms in the near future. Also, other Maps features could make their way onto the iPhone. 

Seesmic v1.3 adds widget, geotagging, more

There are plenty of Twitter apps for Android, but in our opinion Seesmic is one of the best.  The team behind it may just have made it even better, however, with Seesmic for Android v1.3: the update adds geotagging and extra retweeting functionality, as well as satisfying one of the most commonly requested features, a homescreen widget. The widget allows you to scroll through new tweets in your timeline together with composing a new update of your own directly from the desktop.  Meanwhile the new retweet functionality allows you to choose between traditional quote method, or Twitter's newer retweet system. Finally, geotagging can automatically or manually add location data to newly posted updates.  Seesmic for Android v1.3 is available - free - from the Android Market.

Guess Its Real, Maybe?

The guys over at Droiddog leaked the picture below a few days ago. We had a discussion on the validity of this device in the forum. The story behind the leak was so odd that I assumed it was a fake. Now the screenshot below has surfaced and it seems to validate the existence of this ugly device.

Samsung Galaxy S hanging out at the FCC

This is good news and bad news. The Galaxy S is one of the most powerful Android handsets to be released in the near future. It will most likely be the phone to have for gaming, as it stands it has the best GPU out of all the current Androids and every other handset. Time for the bad news, it passed through the FCC with AT&T 3G bands.

iTriage: Is Now Available For Android

Created by Healthagen, iTriage is a medical reference application. This is another port of an iPhone app, we have seen a lot of that lately as more and more developers are seeing the potential of Android. This app is one of the most useful apps available for Android.

SlashGear Reviews The X10

Another Android best has been handled by our friends from Slashgear. Earlier today they brought us one of the first unboxing of the highly anticipated HTC Desire. This time around, they are one of the first to review of the equally anticipated Sony Xperia X10. We’ve known, and wanted, this phone since around last October. Since then there has been multiple powerful Android handsets announced for release this year. So is it too little to for Sony or will this be their knight in shining armor.
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