Berg Insight says machines account for 1.4 percent of mobile network connections worldwide

According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, 1.4 percent of the mobile network connections worldwide were used for wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) communication at the end of 2009.

Elevator pitch on Galileo Application Days 2010

This high-profile conference offers any company active in the navigation/location/mobile industry to have the opportunity of keeping a professional elevator pitch during the Galileo Application Days 2010.

GPS Tuner has announced the latest generation of its off-road navigation software

Developed specially for mobile devices. GPS Tuner Atlas is a must-have for anyone who seeks a flexible off-road navigation solution for geocaching, biking, touring, extreme sports, and hunting or as part of their day-to-day off-road professional activities.

Navmii for Laptops released

Geolife Team is proud to present Navmii for Laptops and PC’s running Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7.

NAVTEQ has become partner of the European Navigation Event

Next to participating in the exhibition and rally, NAVTEQ will be holding the keynote speach at the seminar.

GPS and GPRS with Embedded Linux

Aldacom presents the AldaLogic C10/3, a breadboard which contains a complete embedded Linux PC on a surface of just 104mm x 63mm. A Quad-band GPRS module and SiRF3 GPS module are also on board, as well as interfaces for USB, RS232 and Ethernet components. An SD-card reader enables the trouble-free expansion of the 4 Mb of flash memory which comes as standard.

Dell to enable location on Netbooks with GPS & WiFI, using ALK’s CoPilot and Skyhook Wireless’s Loki Dashboard

Starting next week in the United States, Dell will offer the Dell Wireless 700 location solution for their Mini 10 netbook. This solution is a combination of hardware and software powered by Broadcom’s A-GPS and Skyhook Wireless’ Wi-Fi position solution.