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Posts Tagged ‘GPS’

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Quad Copter Drone

Sunday, April 13th, 2014

101254High tech and highly integrated design. Stable, yet agile performance, easy to fly.

The Phantom is DJI’s first consuler sized “Ready-to-Fly” drone. The built-in Naza-M + GPS multi-rotor autopilot system gives The Phantom stable and reliable flight characteristics. It also comes with its own dedicated R/C controller. Flight parameters and functions have been setup and tuned by DJI engineers before delivery, so you can fly your Phantom the minute you receive it (who knows, maybe it will be delivered by an Amazon.com drone). It’s very easy to operate and incredibly stable which makes aerial filming a breeze if you add a GoPro Camera. High intensity LED Indicators, to aid orientation during flight. Works with your iPhone as a video assist.

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Greedy iPhone Case

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

Do you have a lot of banking and stock trade apps on your iPhone4? Is the iPhone 4 just too modern for you? Do you think greed is good? If you answer yes to those questions than this Gordon Gekko-style iPhone case was made for you.

While the case from Mobile Phone Massif is not currently shipping, expected in March 2011, MTV Geek is keeping tabs on it. Check their site for more information.

[Available for ~$20 via MTV Geek]

iPhone Parking helper

Monday, March 29th, 2010

AutoPark from Frolicware allows your iPhone to keep track of the time left on your parking meter and exactly where you parked your car. The app doesn’t even have to be running, as it uses push notifications to let you know when the time on your meter is almost expired. The GPS function pinpoints your car on a map, and AutoPark allows you to set location in the parking structure via colors, levels, letters and numbers.  You can even add notes or take a picture of where your car is.

Other services include finding nearby gas stations, banks, and public restrooms (with more services promised). One-Button Email allows you to let others know where you parked your car, incase you need someone else to find it.

[via iTunes Store $4.99]

Best iPhone GPS

Monday, January 18th, 2010

For iPhone 3GS users that want true turn-by-turn navigation but don’t want to spend a fortune, MotionX GPS Drive is for you. One of its best features is the full iPhone Address Book integration, just select an entry in your iPhone contacts list, and MotionX will get you there. While navigating, you can access playlists and listen to your music, audiobooks, and podcasts without going back and forth between applications. You can even place a phone call directly from search results. If you want live voice directions MotionX even comes with a full free 30 day Live Voice Guidance package. Courtesy of MotionX. After the first 30-days, you can purchase the Live Voice Guidance during the months you need it for $2.99 or purchase a full year for $24.99.

With MotionX-Routes™ technology, “the MotionX Smart Router calculates the best route, whether you are driving or walking.” The walking routes are designed specifically for pedestrians, so if you park your car several blocks away, it will “walk you” to your destination and back to your car.

[From the iTunes App Store .99¢ to $4.99]

TomTom on the iPhone

Sunday, August 16th, 2009

tomtom-iphoneTomTom, a major player in the GPS market who’s software is the closest thing we have to an Apple produced GPS, has finally delivered on their Macworld promise and released TomTom for the iPhone. Starting with New Zealand, Australia, North America and Western Europe you can now order the software fro, the iTunes store. Keep in mind that this does not include the announced TomTom iPhone car kit, which is rumored to be bundled with the mapping software, that mounts and charges your iPhone 3G or 3GS while enhancing its GPS performance. performance, speaker, and microphone.

[via the iTunes Store]

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