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Hands-on review: Mongoose PT800 GPS dog tracking collars
That feeling when you realise that your dog has vanished is something all dog owners dread. Fortunately, Mongoose has the solution.
Navman Wireless releases latest GPS software
Navman Wireless has announced the release of its newest GPS software platform, Navman Wireless DIRECTOR.
Hands-on review: Garmin nüviCam
In car GPS makers have struggled to compete with smartphones in recent years. Garmin are hoping that the nüviCam LMT will help turn the tide.
Kiwi app gives peace of mind at the press of a button
The 2 Life app is New Zealand’s first nationwide, 24/7 monitored, mobile personal safety service
Boost business with Adaptive Intelligence, says Navman Wireless
Navman Wireless has announced the launch of Adaptive Intelligence, which is said to help businesses tap into big data and make smarter decisions.
NZ Police chooses Imarda as GPS preferred provider
Mobile GPS Vehicle Tracking provider chosen out of 15 vendors to supply products across the country.
Kiwi firm makes GPS fleet management easy for business
We take a quick look fleet management and discover it's not as hard as you would think.
The latest and greatest from TomTom
TomTom introduces the Via 620, a new study revealing the favourite Kiwi holiday spot and Mapshare for New Zealanders on the move.
Start-up sessions: itravelnz
In a new column, IT Brief editor Angelique Jurd looks at a promising start-up that’s creating and innovating with technology.
GeoSmart expands to Australia
Live updates on crashes and congestion now available across the ditch.
Businesses missing electronic marketing opportunities
Retailers, hospitality businesses and other SMBs not taking advantage of 'check-in' trend.
Google launches Android Voice Actions
Call businesses and contacts, send texts and email, listen to music and browse the web with just your voice.
GOOGLE UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR PRIVACY BLUNDER
The Police are now looking into the matter, via the National Cyber Crime Centre.