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350 Garmin Nuvi -Best Garmin GPS pick for 2007!

March 20th, 2007

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The 350 Garmin Nuvi

Find out about GPS Release Dates for Garmin GPSMAP

April 10th, 2006

Garmin International, recently announced the GPSMAP 378 and GPSMAP 478 – “two amazingly versatile and portable GPS navigators that come pre-loaded with a comprehensive set of maps and charts.”

World’s first-ever portable GPS navigators w/pre-loaded land & sea cartography. Garmin GPSMAP 378 and 478 official release date will be in late May 2006!

GPSMAP 478 sports a Marine Detail Charts of the United States coastline, including Alaska and Hawaii – utilizing elements of Garmin’s new BlueChart ® g2™ technology.
GPSMAP 378 – is a combination color chartplotter and land navigator with preloaded maps for lakes throughout the continental U.S., in addition to detailed street-level mapping.
Garmin GPSMAP 478
Source: Garmin International
Garmin GPS

Satellite Radios!

February 6th, 2006

Save over 50% with WorldSpace Satellite Radio

Are we makin’ a statement or something about our boys over in Iraq?? You bet we are –we poked around and saw this cool satellite radio site at

The boys in Iraq need at the very least access to some good old American Rock in’ Roll

What do you say about being able to can enjoy countless digital radio stations with crisp, clear sound quality even if you’re in the Middle East (IRAQ), Europe, Asia and Africa.

They can take their favorite radio with them just about anywhere—–location has no boundries with satellite radio.
Don\'t forget about our boys in Iraq!
We found an online special offer for the WSSR-11 Satellite receiver for just $69.99 with free shipping!

Satellite radios are easy to operate and inexpensive. Some of them come with headphones in the box so they can be portable music players! You can even connect a Satellite Radio to a own home stereo. These are definitely worth a very close look.

Keep them connected to home while they are abroad. Give them the latest news, sports and music with WorldSpace Satellite Radio
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GPS Monitoring and Tracking for Criminals

December 30th, 2005

More and more lately we are witnessing how GPS technology like GPS Tracking and GPS Monitoring offers much needed solutions to make our society safer and more livable. NavigatorGPS applauds Republican State Senator Brent E. Steele from Indiana for drafting a law requiring convicted sex offenders to submit to lifelong GPS monitoring. The Indiana bill would require convicted child molesters to wear a Global Positioning System (GPS) device following their release from prison.

On the other hand, Marc Mauer, executive director of The Sentencing Project, a Washington-based criminal justice think tank, believes that while some chronic child abusers may need prolonged supervision, others may maintain a spotless record after leaving prison. While there are other lawmakers that hold positions similar to this questioning the necessity for the bill and its implications for civil rights despite the fact that “even abusers will tell you that once you’re a pedophile, you’re always a pedophile,” as Senator Brent E. Steele commented.

NavigatorGPS believes that Steele’s legislative efforts should be supported, this is an opportunity to put GPS technology and navigation sytems to great use to improve law enforcement and thus protect our society from criminals. NavigatorGPS calls on all sectors of the political system to support Steele–this is one issue that ought to be supported across the political spectrum regardless if you are a liberal or conservative.

See our recent post about Sprint PCS GPS Child locator

GPS Navigation, GPS Tracking Devices and Big Brother

September 10th, 2005

Lately there have been news stories about GPS “creeping” into the workplace. It’s well known that GPS technology gives businesses a tool to monitor and assist workers to increase efficiency and production levels. Workers’ fears and concerns may be a bit misplaced and then again it’s easy to understand their complaints.

Enraged cabbies, truck drivers, and most recently WABC-TV News employees are feeling paranoid these days, some would claim for good reason. Union officials in a various industries are waving the yellow flag that rights are being violated. It’s just a matter of time before courts become flooded with cases about GPS and alleged constitutional rights violations.

Five years back a convicted first degree murderer appealed to the Supreme Court of Washington, whether a warrant was required for the installation and use of GPS on his vehicle. The court held that a warrant was required before authorities can install and use a GPS device on a private vehicle. Is GPS in for some good legal battles? The jury is still out.

Regarding GPS in private vehicles, New York Civil Liberties Union claims it’s not getting involved though they put their weight on the side of the drivers against the City Taxi and Limousine Commission’s decision to install GPS units in taxis. We’re not holding our breathe, we have a sneaking suspicion that the chaps at the ACLU aren’t about to shy away from appearing in the courts battling GPS ‘intrusions’ in the workplace, privacy is something we all cherish. GPS in the workplace could be viewed as part of the routine like punching a time clock.

All kinds of ideas for GPS applications, ranging from brilliant to pure zan
There are all kinds of ideas for GPS applications, ranging from brilliant to pure zaney.

I read at that it would be a good idea to put GPS tracking devices on guns just in case the gun’s owner decides to take take the gun with him into a no gun zone. Police could be notified via GPS immediatly. Interesting.? Yes. Privacy issues? Definitely. The NRA wouldn’t be thrilled.

Bottom line is GPS technology is powerful. How we use GPS impacts significantly on the quality of our lives. The development and usage of GPS applications and units we are witnessing in our society today are not only truelly amazing they are proving to be extremely beneficial to us in countless profound ways we could never have imagined just a few years back.

NavigatorGPS hears the truckers, the cabbies and the WABC-TV News crews and agrees with your protests though we don’t view GPS as ‘big brother’ ‘creeping’ and ‘crawlin’ into the workplace. Media prefers to portray issues in black and white, in this case GPS applications and privacy rights is a grey area worthy of debate and discussion. Companies need to be more sensitive to their workers and employees may have to “bite the bullet” because GPS is part of the new work environment.
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