Google has recently begun rolling out a new version of Maps. This one bumps the version from 7.4 to 7.5 and it looks like it has brought Gmail integration. While Google has yet to offer a full changelog for this update, reports
No one knows the need for lighthearted fun more than drivers trying to navigate through traffic or driving through unfamiliar territory. That’s why it doesn’t sound so ridiculous that Waze, who specializes in trying
While majority of users will be content with using Google Maps for most of their tasks, there will always be a market for more dedicated navigation tools. And to snag a significant part of that market, MapQuest is upgrading its
“Outsmarting traffic jams” is every commuter’s or driver’s fantasy, but technology that offers that promise is only useful if it supports one’s local roads. Luckily, Google is now making its new
The Verizon Messages app has been around for quite some time now, and as of today it looks like a new feature will be arriving. The app will soon have Glympse integration. Big Red has dubbed this as being a “major
Automobile makers Hyundai and Kia are trying to lay claim to the title of being the world’s first automakers to include an Android-based navigation system in its upcoming and future models very soon. Although it sounds
TeleNav has rolled out the latest Scout for Android update. This update has already arrived in the Google Play Store and has brought some new features that deal with social and sharing. Or in other words, this update seems to
A newly updated version of Waze has arrived in the Google Play Store today. The update brings a few changes, but perhaps the key item on the changelog this time around is a bit of homage towards the company that purchased them.
Google announced the acquisition of Waze back in June. At the time they talked about how the deal was being made in an effort to outsmart traffic and it looks like Maps users are now getting a first look at the integration.
The new Nexus 7 seems to be having trouble with the GPS. At the moment the discussion seems to be growing on the Google support forums as well as over on the xda-developers forums. Regardless of the location of those discussions