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Google Launched a Free GPS service for Android 2.0
#1466 by gtyellow (0.9772) posted on 11:11am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
There are moments in history where the game changes and players who fail to adapt fall and become forgotten. The proud leaders of their industries find themselves culprit of that very monster they created.
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The Motorola Droid launches on Nov 6th.
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#1467 by briantech (1.0000) posted on 11:11am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
And look what happens to Garmin and TomTom:
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LOL google pwns
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#1468 by gtyellow (0.9772) posted on 11:11am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
i beat u to it
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#1469 by briantech (1.0000) posted on 11:25am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
damnit! oh well
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#1470 by justin (0.9994) posted on 11:34am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
Hmm duplicate threads. Someone has to be buried.
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#1471 by briantech (1.0000) posted on 11:35am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
Mine has more posts
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#1472 by justin (0.9994) posted on 11:38am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
I was checking out the Droid today, and it looks sick. I can't tell though how much storage it has. I use my phone for a music player more than anything else.
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#1473 by briantech (1.0000) posted on 11:41am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
gtyellow said:
There are moments in history where the game changes and players who fail to adapt fall and become forgotten. The proud leaders of their industries find themselves culprit of that very monster they created.
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This sounds like the intro narrative to "The A-Team"
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#1474 by caro (0.7638) posted on 11:41am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
i read on the website it has 16gbs expandable to 32. i am bummed i already got a new phone...didn't realize this was coming out for verizon so soon
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#1475 by justin (0.9994) posted on 11:51am Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
woah, thread merge. didnt know we had that functionality.
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#1478 by gtyellow (0.9772) posted on 1:15pm Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
Everything is merging to the cell phone. Piss on those who still walk around with a PDA, MP3 Player, GPS, and the cell.
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#1480 by briantech (1.0000) posted on 1:18pm Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
gtyellow said:
Everything is merging to the cell phone. Piss on those who still walk around with a PDA, MP3 Player, GPS, and the cell.
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I wouldn't even call it "merging to the cell phone". The actual phone functionality of most smart phones is almost an afterthought these days.
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We need to come up with a new word that describes this gadget we put in our pocket.
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And I wish they could start making electronic rfid credit cards, and all keys would go wireless. I'd love to get rid of my keys and wallet and just carry around a phone.
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#1481 by gtyellow (0.9772) posted on 1:27pm Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
You can, but such convenience comes at a cost.
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Schlage LiNK™ lets you remotely control and monitor access to your home 24/7 from any Internet enabled computer and most web enabled cell phones. Advanced Z-Wave® technology and time-tested Schlage® construction working in unison gives you control of Z-Wave enabled Schlage wireless locks, Z-Wave enabled lights and various other Z-Wave component such as the Trane Remote Energy Management Thermostat. With Schlage LiNK, you can even monitor your home with the Schlage camera.
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Remote home management lets you:
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* Check the status of your lock and set temporary codes to your home from your Internet enabled computer or cell phone
* Change, add, or delete access codes to your lock remotely
* Access a 90 day history of who has accessed your lock
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The NFC mobile-payment application is currently in trials in the United States, Germany, Finland, the Netherlands and a few other countries, with transportation ticketing as a primary use (think SpeedPass on a cell phone). The idea is that you just touch your phone to an NFC reader (or bring it to within a few centimeters), and it acts just like the credit card or debit card you use right now. A mobile-payment-enabled phone is associated with a bank or credit-card company just like it's associated with a phone-service provider.
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#1482 by briantech (1.0000) posted on 1:28pm Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
What is the cost? Seems like a great solution to me
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#1483 by briantech (1.0000) posted on 1:28pm Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
Oh you meant cost as in money. lol
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#1484 by gtyellow (0.9772) posted on 1:29pm Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
dumbass
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#1491 by justin (0.9994) posted on 2:10pm Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
It's actually a lot less than I expected.
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#1492 by justin (0.9994) posted on 2:11pm Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
Oh, there's a monthly fee for the service.
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#1595 by gtyellow (0.9772) posted on 8:29am Thursday, November 05th, 2009
Garmin is at 27 currently. TeleNav is offering their IPO, I guess bad timing on their part.
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