iPhone Navigation Apps Embrace iOS4 Multitasking: TomTom, CoPilot and…

Now that iOS4 is out of the door, most apps need a quick update to support multitasking. TomTom's first with a multitasking navigation app, but CoPilot and Navigon have both shown off what to expect from theirs too. » 6/23/10 10:40am 6/23/10 10:40am

TomTom iPhone App Version 1.3 Adds HD Traffic Updates and Day/Night…

TomTom listened to our concerns in the navigation app battlemodo, and has not only been dropping the price steadily since, but has just released update 1.3 for its iPhone app—which comes with live traffic updates aplenty. » 3/15/10 8:54am 3/15/10 8:54am

Navigon Updates MobileNavigator iPhone App With Facebook and Twitter…

Not only has Navigon added a bunch of new features to its iPhone app, the price is $20 cheaper—although if you want Traffic Live and 3D maps, it still adds up to $100. Nonetheless, it sounds worth it. » 2/09/10 6:30am 2/09/10 6:30am

TomTom Shares Dip By 10% Following Nokia's Free Ovi Maps Give-Away

It was sadly predictable, especially after the exact same thing happened last October when Google released their free turn-by-turn navigation. Cheer up though TomTom and Navigon—at least you've got iPhone apps, right? Oh. [Yahoo Finance via TechRadar] » 1/22/10 4:35am 1/22/10 4:35am

Nokia Is Nok-Nok-Nokking on TomTom's Door With Free Turn-By-Turn…

Following Google's momentous news last October about free turn-by-turn navigation on Android phones, Nokia's just now abolished the price-tag for 74 countries. That's 73 more than Google offers it to. And even better news—it's available now. » 1/21/10 5:16am 1/21/10 5:16am

Navigon Wants an Extra $25 for Real-Time Traffic Data on the iPhone

Fresh off last week's free text-to-speech and iPod control updates, Navigon's back with a new feature announcement for their iPhone app. And hey, this real-time, crowd-sourced traffic data sounds pretty great! But is it $25 great? » 9/16/09 6:00pm 9/16/09 6:00pm

Magellan RoadMate 1700: 7-inch Screen, For When Size Matters

My, what a big touchscreen you have RoadMate 1700. Yet we hardly know each other. The super-size nav-unit is being listed by several retailers, including Best Buy, and though everything else looks standard (including AAA TourBook), look at that display! » 8/26/09 3:00am 8/26/09 3:00am