TAG: Consumer Electronics Show

$2.6 Billion GPS Fitness Device Market Overshadowed by Smart Devices and Wearables

February 3, 2014By

​Despite major GPS fitness device OEMs announcing new fitness products at January’s International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, it looks like an increasingly difficult battle between smart devices and wearables, according to analysts at ABI Research. Garmin launched its Vivofit fitness band and Vivoki/Vivahub corporate wellness solution. Magallen is one of the few companies in the GPS device OEM... read more

Google Rolls out Maps Engine Pro for Small Businesses

October 25, 2013By
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Google Maps aren’t just for finding directions for consumers. The company is courting small businesses to grab a greater market share and provide differentiation from its competitors. In a slow news month, it appears Google, the 800-pound gorilla in the location industry, has a strong start in business markets. read more

LiveViewGPS Transforms Cell Phone into Location Device

January 7, 2013By

LiveViewGPS, a GPS tracking company for business, government and individuals, is unveiling a prepaid Mobile Phone Locate Card in Booth #75015 in the Eureka Park area at the International CES Show in Las Vegas this week. The card allows users to transform a cell phone into a 24-hour safety location device for families and businesses without having to buy a... read more

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TI’s Wi-Link 8Q Provides Wireless Connectivity for Auto Infotainment

January 7, 2013By

Wireless connectivity is becoming a key feature in automobiles for sharing and viewing content from smartphones and tablets to in-car systems, easy pairing of devices, navigation and replacement of expensive cables for in-car communication. To answer this need, today Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) introduced the WiLink 8Q family of wireless automotive connectivity solutions. “GNSS technology combines GPS and GLONASS signals... read more