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  1. New Edge 1000 Cycling Computer from Garmin

    Garmin have announced the Edge 1000 cycling computer.

    The link below shows the difference between the Edge 510, Edge 810 and Edge 1000 and the first important feature, to me, is the larger screen. A cyclist would consider the additional segment features and advanced smartphone connectivity. The Edge 1000 has the ability for incoming call and text alerts from your iPhone® 4s or later onscreen. Shame it doesn't talk to Samsung devices, but hey for the USD$699 you have to attract ...
  2. Intelematics and Toyota Australia join forces

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    Australian motorists can access a new suite of apps directly from their car dashboard with the launch of Toyota Link, developed by leading connected mobility services provider Intelematics.

    Owners of the 2014 Toyota Corolla Sedan, and the latest release Hilux, Rav 4 and Prado models will have access to the Australian version of Toyota’s App suite with more Toyota models to join the program in
  3. TomTom MySports mobile app

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    Start a workout faster with your TomTom Sport Watch and MySports mobile app

    January 27th, 2013 – TomTom has has its MySports mobile app available to download. The MySports mobile app automatically connects with a TomTom Runner and Multi-Sport GPS watch to upload key performance information, including distance, time and calories, using Bluetooth® Smart technology.

    The mobile app also allows users to start a run
  4. TomTom introduce a rugged 7" tablet called Bridge

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    If there was a moment I can say wow, this is one of them, because, I never expected a rugged, let alone a 7" device from Tomtom. What is also wow is the allowance for developers to utilise TomTom technology.

    It is primarily aimed at Fleet Management and tracking and clearly will deliver in that field but I also see a market for the general public, well if the price is much lower than I anticipate.

    This has the opportunity
  5. 3D Robotics '3DR IRIS' GPS-guided quadcopter

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    Quadcopters with GPS are not new, however, the aim here is to buy a ready to go off the shelf unit that can also easily add a GoPro Action Camera. By all means, this is not the only unit from 3DRobotics but is a good start point for those who want a quality built unit with at least the basics of an RC that has the ability to be recovered easily.

    Autonomous UAVs may be all the rage these days among professionals, but unfortunately a
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