TomTom's CEO has re-confirmed that the company's iPhone navigation app is still on course for a summer launch.
Mio Navman is launching a new range of feature-rich sat navs under the new Spirit brand, available in a range of sizes targeting tourists, telly addicts and drivers looking to upgrade their current personal navigation device (that's PND, for short!).
Standalone satnavs are fast reaching saturation point in the UK, with dozens of different devices from a wide variety of big name brands all scrapping for their own slice of the pie. Getting the lion's share is TomTom whose brilliant combination of user-friendliness and innovative features attracted 50 per cent of all satnav buyers in Europe last year. But has it bitten off more than it can chew? Read on to find out
When we asked Navman to put up a satnav for our three-way test against the TomTom Go 920 T and Garmin nuvi 770, the Navman S90i was its obvious answer - all three products are the flagship models of their respective brands. And the homegrown Navman has an ace or two up its sleeve. The question is: is it enough?
Garmin plays second (or even third) fiddle to TomTom when it comes to satnav in the UK and it's hard to see why. The nuvi 770 competes head-to-head against TomTom's flagship 920T and it's just as worthy of pole position