The Sanyo NV-SD700DT is a satnav with a difference: as well as telling you where to go, it tells where NOT to park. Yep, Sanyo has loaded it with police data that highlights theft hotspots. It's currently only available in Japan, and the data only applies to the city of Osaka. A 7-inch touchscreen and 4GB of memory are also on board. Out TBC | £TBC Sanyo
April 9th, 2008
New Nokia Tube details emerge
More details on Nokia's top-secret iPod killer 'the Tube' are coming to light following its first exposure at the Data Developer Relations Conference in Redwood, California and yesterday's tentative first look. Read more
April 7th, 2008
Google wanders onto private property
Google’s Street View is an amazing application. If you haven’t checked it out yet, it lets you take a tour of streets at ground level. It’s made possible by cars driving around, snapping pictures and tagging their location with GPS. Google then stitches them together to make 3D tours. But what happens when the car takes a wrong turn? Read more
February 21st, 2008
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