Garmin Mulls Exit From the Cellphone Biz

You couldn't fault someone for not knowing Garmin also makes cellphones, as the company hasn't exactly set the industry on fire with the likes of its M10. With that in mind, Garmin is mulling a potential exit from cellphones altogether. » 9/11/10 11:00am 9/11/10 11:00am

Garmin's Tardy Nuvifone G60 Finally Coming in Q4, Possibly to Multiple…

Fun fact: A healthy couple could've produced two children in the time it'll take Garmin to bring the Nuvifone from the press office to customers' hands, in Q4 of this year. By then, the oldest would be learning to walk. » 8/07/09 9:05am 8/07/09 9:05am

Garmin Postpones Nuvifone G60 Until H2, Gets This Close to Earning Lame…

The Garmin Nuvifone G60, a Linux-powered, ASUS-built left-field handset that was pretty exciting when it was announced nearly a year and a half ago, will be delayed yet again, says the company's president. » 5/11/09 5:46am 5/11/09 5:46am

Garmin Nuviphone G60 GPS Smartphone Video Hands-On

I got some quality time with a Garmin Nuviphone G60, riding around Barcelona in the back of a jet-black Mercedes limo. My hands-on impression: This smartphone-meets-GPS-meets-media-player feels like a winner. » 2/15/09 2:05pm 2/15/09 2:05pm

Garmin Nuviphone M20 Smartphone (Aborted) Video Hands-On

I guess that if the Garmin Nuviphone G60 is a GPS smartphone, the Garmin Nuviphone M20 Windows Mobile is a smartphone GPS. It's quite smaller than the G60, but the demo didn't work quite right. » 2/15/09 2:00pm 2/15/09 2:00pm

nuvifone: Garmin Drops a Phone into the GPS

Click to viewToday in a surprise announcement in New York City, Garmin whipped out the nuvifone, a full-fledged GSM HSDPA smartphone built on its own operating system with GPS navigation at its core—but e-mail and web browsing close to its heart, and a camera built in too. No pricing or carrier announcement has been… » 1/30/08 7:46pm 1/30/08 7:46pm