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As part of a webcast reporting its third quarter earnings, Garmin released a presentation containing a reference to a new Android OS handset for 2010. While the webcast did not call attention to the new...
Just under a year ago Garmin announced they were going to release their first try in the mobile phone market with the nuvifone, they said that the device will have a touch screen, Internet browsing...
Garmin announced a slew of new GPS products at CES this week. For those of you who like to geocache or simply want to know where you are and how to get to a...