Three manufacturers of consumer GPS navigation products have responded to concerns raised by Australia’s competition watchdog, the ACCC, by agreeing to stop using ‘lifetime’ claims in their advertising of navigation services.
Navman has been quietly beavering away on dashcam technology for some time now, including a refinement of some anti-crash warning tech.
People often ask these days, what is the relevance of a device devoted solely to getting us from A to B when we all have our personal smart-devices? Phones or tablets can be mounted in cradles and all sport a myriad navigation apps willing to give us friendly, voice-controlled directions. It’s almost like the humble GPS device is now going to the same heaven inhabited by the (insert first syllable of your city name)Ways maps book that died over a decade ago.
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