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TomTom debuts Go Live 1535M GPS with apps like Twitter, Yelp

TomTom debuts Go Live 1535M GPS with apps like Twitter, Yelp

TomTom unveiled a new dedicated GPS navigation device today called the Go Live 1535M that incorporates apps and keeps you connected while on the road. It aims to provide the best navigation experience through comprehensive road and traffic information from its TomTom HD Traffic service with real-time updates as well as to provide convenient access to travel-related apps.

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TomTom GO LIVE 820 and 825 PNDs find their way to Europe

TomTom GO LIVE 820 and 825 PNDs find their way to Europe

TomTom has announced its GO LIVE 800 series PNDs for the European market, initially available as the 4.3-inch GO LIVE 820 and the 5-inch GO LIVE 825. Each packs a year's worth of TomTom LIVE functionality, including HD Traffic updates, speed camera alerts, weather forecasts and local search for hunting down nearby stores and services. There's also Bluetooth for hands-free calls.

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TomTom Pro 9150 GPS debuts

TomTom Pro 9150 GPS debuts

TomTom is always tossing new GPS devices out onto the market and the latest GPS unit is a new pro offering called the Pro 9150. The GPS device has a 5-inch screen to make it easier to see and that screen is touch sensitive. TomTom also says the GPS is so easy to use the driver doesn't need instructions.

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TomTom and Sony’s XNV-770BT, XNV-660BT Xplod In-Dash A/V Units Announced

TomTom and Sony’s XNV-770BT, XNV-660BT Xplod In-Dash A/V Units Announced

There was talk, back at this year's IFA, that Sony and TomTom had come to some sort of agreement, which would ultimately see the combination of the fan-favorite TomTom navigational unit, and Sony's Xplod series of in-dash A/V units. And sure enough, it's finally come to fruition. TomTom and Sony have officially announced the upcoming availability of two different units, packing capacitive touchscreens and plenty of other features.

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TomTom offers GPS fans Looney Tunes voices

TomTom offers GPS fans Looney Tunes voices

A couple GPS makers are trying to make navigation devices more fun by offering voice packs that use cooler voices than the robotic sounding ones that come stock on navigation devices. TomTom is one of these companies and it already has a full line of Star Wars voices that users can choose. My favorite is the Yoda voice.

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