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Larry Fox of Trimble Outdoors talks at Uplinq 2011 Part 2

Larry Fox runs Business Development for Trimble Outdoors. Trimble Outdoors produces Apps for the outdoor community, offering a wide variety of solutions for every outdoor enthusiast from the backpacker to the hiker, the biker, the hunter and the fisher. More from Larry:

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Larry Fox of Trimble Outdoors talks at Uplinq 2011 – Part 1

Larry Fox runs Business Development for Trimble Outdoors. Trimble Outdoors produces Apps for the outdoor community, offering a wide variety of solutions for every outdoor enthusiast from the backpacker to the hiker, the biker, the hunter and the fisher. More from Larry:

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We have a (GPS) fix! – Testing Nokia Booklet 3G to the limit

This is Momchil here with a quick post on the Nokia Booklet 3G. I’ve been busy editing all the video material, and I haven’t had the chance to write anything recently. I’ve been using the Nokia Booklet for nearly three moths now, and I love it. I just had the feeling there is more to […]

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Motti Kushnir of Telmap on the Future of Location

The Future of Location is a continual series running here on Mobile Industry Review. This time I’m delighted to be able to feature the thoughts of Motti Kushnir. Motti is Chief Marketing Officer at location based services giant, Telmap. I’ve put a little more about the company at the bottom of Motti’s piece. Here we […]

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Preview: Lastminute Labs ‘Nru’ Andoid App

News just in from the clever-types at Lastminute Labs (the team behind FoneFood, which we rather like) – they’ve also been trying out development on the Android platform and have released this video preview of their forthcoming application ‘Nru’ (pronounced ‘near you’). Building on the search feature of FoneFood this application takes advantage of the […]

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Fail: SPOT Messenger

One of items I was sent for review in China that excited me most was the SPOT messenger – a unique device that receives a GPS signal to identify your position and then allows that to be re-broadcast via the SPOT satellite service with an ‘OK’, ‘non-emergency help’ or ’emergency help’ message.  It’s intended for […]

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Samsung shows off iPhone-a-like Omnia

While the iPhone hype machine was going into overdrive earlier this week, Samsung slipped out its latest device: the Omnia. It’s a fully-specced beauty, but its design is oddly reminiscent of the iPhone. It’s got a five megapixel camera with smile detection, decent internal memory with 8GB or 16 GB options, GPS with navigation and […]

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3G Apple iPhone is finally here – and with some extras

So, the 3G iPhone has finally been confirmed by Steve Jobs last night at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. So what’s the difference between this and its predecessor? 1. It’s got – surprise, surprise – 3G, which Apple is promising will mean connectivity twice as fast as the old EDGE iPhone 2. Built in GPS […]

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BlackBerry makes Bold move with HSDPA

RIM has unwrapped its latest gadget for those with overactive thumbs: the BlackBerry Bold. The Bold thankfully sports the HSDPA-connectivity we’ve all been longing for, as well some extra tasty goodies: GPS and maps, wi-fi, 1GB storage as well as the usual full QWERTY keyboard. Despite RIM’s plans to pitch the device to “business professionals […]