Apple’s innovative use of the touchscreen was one the main reasons why Apple took the mobile world by storm and became the tech goliath we all know and love. But with Apple apparently preparing a new iPhone just four months after the release of the last – has Apple and many other tech giants lost their ability to really innovate in the mobile space, and are they just going through the motions?
Everyone loves a bit of a dystopian prediction on a Tuesday afternoon. So here we go then with the latest threat to humanity, search the humble SATNAV. That’s right your Tom Tom could be the death of you according to a recent report by the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE.) The problems stems from the […]
iPhone users who have the TomTom apps installed on their phones will now be able to update their TomTom 1.2 version to 1.3. The TomTom 1.3 version will come equipped with a new feature, HD Traffic updates, which will offer users with dynamic real-time information that helps them to avoid traffic delays and find the […]
TomTom for the iPhone 3G and 3G S has now hit the virtual shelves of Apple’s App Store. It’s not the first sat nav application that has been produced for the world’s most popular handset, but it has caused the most excitement thanks to the branding, and the cool tech involved. The new TomTom app […]
Dating….It’s a tricky old subject as it is one of the few things to have evolved as society has. It used to be simple a long time ago, a quick club to the head of your rival and the girl was yours! Now though, we all know it’s pretty much a competitive game between both […]
One the opening day of Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) there was a great announcement from TomTom, the in-car GPS navigation company. The TomTom software is coming to the iPhone!
Peter-Frans Pauwels, TomTom’s co-founder, demonstrated TomTom’s iPhone navigation software during the keynote presentation.
Recently, it may have come to your attention that Microsoft and TomTom, the satnav maker, have reached a settlement over a patent dispute. The dispute revolves around the FAT file system, and it’s use in the TomTom’s Linux based OS. Microsoft said that the use of this file system infringed their patent, and so to court.
TomTom have gone back to the drawing board with the TomTom XL V2 GB and produced a widescreen Sat Nav with innovative design features (including a foldable suction cap) and TomTom’s usual high quality navigational technology. It’s usually priced a bit too high for my liking, but we’ve gone out and found a good Christmas deal with this particular model.