• Garmin Edge 200 Cycling GPS Tracks your Progress So you don’t Have to

    Garmin Edge 200 Cycling GPS Tracks your Progress So you don’t Have to

    GPS devices come in all shapes and sizes–and now they do the dirty work for you so that you don’t have to keep track of your progress. The new Garmin Edge 200 Cycling GPS is designed to save you from carrying your big expensive GPS and keep track of your riding progress all at the same time. It requires no calibration to get going and its high-sensitivity GPS receiver is encased in a weather resistant package, to track you no matter what the conditions or terrain. Track speed, distance, time and calories in a compact size that’s great for your rides. The Edge 200 will be available later this year for $149.99

  • Bracketron Announces Universal GPS Window Mount at Best Buy

    Bracketron Announces Universal GPS Window Mount at Best Buy

    We’ve seen Bracketron’s universal GPS window mount before–but now you can pick up their ultimate GPS mounting solution closer to home. The Universal GPS Window Mount is a sturdy mount that combines security and versatility, keeping your GPS in view without compromising safety. It fits most every GPS unit out there with adjustable “wings” that open up to 4.5-inches. For $24.95 at your nearest Best Buy, you can stop wasting your time looking for that specialized mount for that one-of-a-kind GPS. Check the full release after the jump.

  • Mount Anything Anywhere Courtesy of Bracketron

    Mount Anything Anywhere Courtesy of Bracketron

    Did you know you can get a mobile phone mount for your golf bag, or perhaps a mat designed to turn your windshield mounted GPS into a dashboard mount? It’s all possible courtesy of Bracketron, who not only makes custom fit mounts for many popular vehicles, but a whole line of universal mounts for just about any application–including your bicycle. Check out the complete line at Bracketron.com and look out for our upcoming reviews.

  • Grarmin Gets you Trackin’

    Grarmin Gets you Trackin’

    We don’t necessirily reccomend hiding this on a loved one, but loved items are a different story. When the Find My iPhone feature launched with Apple’s MobileMe service, how many of you didn’t say “I wish I could use that for my…insert device here“? Garmin is making that dream a reality with the Garmin Tracker. This nifty little device will keep you in the loop on the location of whatever object you attach it to. All you have to do is attach it to whatever (or whomever) you want to track, and with the use of a computer or app, you can easily locate where the tracker is–you can even set it up so that when the tracker leaves a certain area you can be immediately notified via SMS or Email. The Garmin tracker is available now for $200, which includes one year of service.

  • ESCORT Introduces World’s First Radar Detector with GPS

    The World's first radar/laser detector with GPS

    The World’s first radar/laser detector with GPS The modern automobile is a technological marvel, packed with massive computing power for anti-lock brakes, stability control, traction control, laser-guided cruise control and so on. Yet, many of us feel the need to pack even more electronic gadgetry into our rides, including things like GPS systems, radar detectors, cell phone chargers, DVD systems etc. In an effort to consolidate some of that gee wizardry crowding your dashboard, ESCORT Inc. is introducing the world’s first and only radar detector with GPS navigation built in. With the Las Vegas CES backdrop serving to drum up international attention, ESCORT is showing off its state-of-the-art radar/laser detection unit which also happens to have 3D GPS navigation, red light and speed camera notifications, speed limit notifications and many more features. ESCORT President and CEO John Larson says “The PASSPORT iQ is your ultimate driving companion.”

  • Parrot ASTEROID Sets the Bar for Auto Infotainment

    MP3, AM/FM, Web, Phone, GPS and more all in one!

    Convergence is key in most multi media technologies these days. Many of us already watch TV, browse the web and chat with friends on our laptops–and soon we’ll be doing all that and more on our televisions. But convergence is accelerating in automotive technology as well. Your Tech Report has been given a preview of the new Parrot ASTEROID, being unveiled this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and it could change the way you drive. Think of it as one part car receiver, one part advanced cell phone, one part web browser and one part multi-media library manager. The ASTEROID works on the Android OS and if you plug in a GPS dongle (included) and a 3G key (not included) you get navigation as well.

  • Android App of the Week: Get Your Geocache on With C:GEO

    Android App of the Week: Get Your Geocache on With C:GEO

    I like gadgets. I like nature. Taking gadgets out into nature is like mixing peanut butter and chocolate. My favorite outdoor tech activity is geocaching, which is a worldwide online scavenger hunt using GPS. People hide things, and then upload the co-ordinates to geocaching.com, where you can download those co-ordinates and then search for the caches. c:geo by Carnero uses the phone’s GPS and compass to help you find geocaches in your area.







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