Google's free GPS app could revolutionize the navigation market, but it needs some polishing.
While this GPS app may offers an easy-to-use interface and good integrates with the iPhone, it's lacking some key features.
While this app delivers turn-by-turn directions, its performance and integration with the iPhone could be better.
Garmin's latest premium GPS navigator offers plenty of bells and whistles, including voice commands and free lifetime traffic.
Apple's latest version of its multimedia suite brings even more professional tools to the masses--and still keeps them easy to use.
The latest version of Apple's productivity suite looks great and offers a stellar presentation program, but the overall package is not as robust as Microsoft Office.
Its breathtaking 3D Panorama view and voice destination entry make this high-end navigator worth a look.
The cell phone GPS leader's first attempt at hardware and Internet-connected traffic is a bit scattershot.
It's more expensive and has fewer features than other GPS devices--but it features the voice of K.I.T.T.
With better maps and controls, this notebook-based GPS navigator is a marked improvement over its predecessor.
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