CoPilot Live Premium Android app drops to £15 for one week only
Android owners who find that Google Maps' navigation skills aren't quite up to snuff have no choice but to shell out for an expensive commercial GPS app. CoPilot Premium is one such - usually retailing for about £30 on the Android Market. As special offer, developer ALK Technologies is dropping the price to just £15. Grab it quick, though - this is valid for one week only. Read more
May 10th, 2011
[gallery] Your car dashboard probably doesn't look much different to how it would've 20 years ago – a radio, a speedometer and a clock all nestled together – but Pioneer wants to change that. It's presented a new augmented reality dashboard that puts a camera on the front of your car and scans the view to identify cars, traffic lights and local shops… Read more
April 7th, 2011
Microsoft and Toyota have outed a big new plan to make future cars a lot smarter. Microsoft tech already powers the Ford Sync system but it seems the Redmond mob want to go even further with Toyota. But are we set to get our very own versions of KITT or set for a (Michael) Knightmare? Read more
March 8th, 2011
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The TomTom Via Live 120 is the latest midrange satnav from navigational superstars TomTom, slotting into the firm’s range a notch below the flagship TomTom Go Live 1000 model. Despite its reasonably lofty status in the lineup, it can be snaffled up for a piffling £160 (for the UK and Ireland version). But it is any cop as a satnav or will it have you plunging your motor into the nearest ford? We’ve scoured the first online reviews to see what the experts make of it.

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March 2nd, 2011
These Olympus cameras just get toucher and tougher. Just weeks after the TG-610 broke cover, its successor, the Olympus TOUGH TG-810 is here, and not only is it harder than ever, it’s also packing some next-gen outdoor tech for your next excursion to the field. Read on for the full details. Read more
January 25th, 2011
Mio has just announced its new satnav, the Mio Navman Spirit V575 TV. So far, so standard. But there's something interesting about the Mio Navman Spirit V575 TV: it's packing TomTom smarts on top of its TV capabilities. Read more
January 11th, 2011
We saw lots of exciting Android-based gadgets at CES 2011 and yet another cool one has popped up. Pioneer has a Google Android cyclometer in development which will let you track speed, cadence, heart rate and power. The prototype being shown by Pioneer features a 2.2in LCD screen and a trackball plus a pedaling motor to measure the force on your bikes crank. It also has built-in GPS, a microSD slot, microUSB port and thermometer. There's no news yet on when the Pioneer Android bike computer will be available but DigiInfoNews has grab a video of the prototype in action which you can see after the break… Read more
December 7th, 2010
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Sony is adding Sky News to the Sony Bravia Internet Video service. This means that folks with Sony Blu-ray players, Sony Blu-ray Home Theatre Systems, or Bravia TVs can now get Sky News. This is the first news channel that Sony has added to the Sony Bravia Internet Video service, which already has Demand Five, Lovefilm, plus YouTube and Facebook. Out now | Free | Sony Bravia Internet Video

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