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TeleNav GPS Navigator for T-Mobile myTouch 3G arrives August 5th

TeleNav GPS Navigator for T-Mobile myTouch 3G arrives August 5th

TeleNav have announced that, like the G1, the T-Mobile myTouch 3G is next in line for its subscription-based turn-by-turn navigation app.  Available to download from August 5th - complete with a 30-day free trial available from the company's site, just to get you hooked - the software includes traffic/incident updates, automatic re-routes, POIs and gas prices, together with speech recognition for programming your destination and finding businesses.

 

Video demo after the cut

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TeleNav GPS for G1 announced: Video review at Android Community

TeleNav GPS for G1 announced: Video review at Android Community

TeleNav have announced the first turn-by-turn GPS app for Android and the T-Mobile G1, complete with full color 3D graphics, speech recognition, one-click route recalculation and traffic alerts, together with weather updates, gas prices and restaurant reviews.  Over at Android Community they've already been playing with TeleNav, and have their full review up complete with a video demo of the navigation app in action.

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Telenav Shotgun PND Review

Telenav Shotgun PND Review

Telenav just announced the Shotgun, a new Internet-connected personal GPS navigation device (PND).  The Shotgun is the company's first two-way PND taking advantage of cellular networks to provide real-time traffic alerts, Internet content such as maps and business listings as well as updated gas prices.

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TeleNav updates cellphone navigation with business reviews & more

TeleNav updates cellphone navigation with business reviews & more

We've covered the TeleNav mobile navigation system before on SlashGear, and praised it for its flexibility in finding addresses (using so-called "fuzzy search") and in general use.  Now they've updated the system with a brace of social networking and reviewing functionality, including the ability to text message locations - your current position, say, or the restaurant you're planning to meet at - and check reviews of businesses and even write your own for other users to read.

TeleNav GPS arrives on the E62

TeleNav GPS arrives on the E62

One of the more annoying features of the Garmin sat-nav unit I use is its unwillingness to put up with my human foibles.  Spelling mistakes, mis-pressed letters, all are held against me, and the Nuvi's main method of punishment is saying something along the lines of "that location doesn't exist, you moron."  Thankfully the TeleNav software, which Cingular has today announced for the Nokia E62 smartphone, has so-called "Fuzzy Search", seemingly detecting and filling in addresses according to current or commonly-used locations, as well as automatically correcting for mistakes in spelling or name-structure.  Check out further details after the cut.

Cingular 8525 and TeleNav GPS

Cingular 8525 and TeleNav GPS

If you're looking for another reason to buy the Cingular 8525 announced today, the carrier is hoping you'll go for their TeleNav GPS service, which debuts simultaneously with the 8525.  Using a Bluetooth GPS receiver and the subscription-based TeleNav service, your 8525 gives you precise instructions using up-to-date maps from the Cingular database.

Currently the Cingular TeleNav service costs $9.99 a month for unlimited routes or $5.99 for 10 routes.

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Cingular Launches TeleNav GPS Navigator Service and Rolling Out HP iPAQ hw6920 Smartphone

Cingular Launches TeleNav GPS Navigator Service and Rolling Out HP iPAQ hw6920 Smartphone

It’s a great day for TeleNav and Cingular.  The two companies just announced the roll out of the TeleNav GPS navigation service.  It’s real-time, turn-by-turn voice and on-screen navigation system cost an additional $9.99 per month for unlimited trips while the $5.99 plan only gets you 10 trips.  The service does require Cingular data plan.  This isn’t a bad deal since a decent GPS device ranges from $300 to $800+.

Speaking of GPS enabled devices; Cingular also launched the brand new iPAQ hw6920 smartphone, featuring EDGE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.  Its got a nice 3-inch screen while the 1-megapixel camera should have been left out all together – shame on you HP.  The hw6920 is on the more expensive end priced at $599.  Ouch.

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COBI System wants to make any bike a whole lot smarter

COBI System wants to make any bike a whole lot smarter

You may have heard of smart bicycles, like Baidu's for example, and you even have dreamt of owning one. But maybe you don't have the money to splurge on another bike or don't want to replace your own professional and faithful ride. Well, there's good news for bikers. iCradle wants to give you that smart bike by not giving you a smart bike. Instead, COBI is a "bike system", a collection of parts that work in concert with each other to deliver functionality similar to a smart car. Except, well, on a bike.

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Google Maps vs Apple Maps hands-on to the airport

Google Maps vs Apple Maps hands-on to the airport

When faced with the idea that either Apple's Maps solution or Google's Maps solution might be better at everyday situations here on the first day when both are available for use on the iPhone, we decided to put them up to the test. The test in this case was getting from here (at a hotel in Saint Paul) to the Minneapolis International Airport, deciding as we do so what constitutes a more effective set of controls.

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