Check out the hottest mobile IT news for August 19, including the inclusion of smart armbands in the workforce, the huge expected bump in mobile commerce, the top three telematics companies, what mobile device JetBlue just furnished its in-flight crew with and the growth of the mobile app market.
TomTom is extending its offline navigation applications to Google's Android, but support is limited largely to devices running older versions of the mobile operating system, with popular smartphones like Samsung's Galaxy S III and HTC's One X stranded on the sidelines.
TomTom launched a new version of its navigation app for Apple's iPhone and iPad, highlighted by integration with mobile social networking platform foursquare.
40 percent of users don't always upgrade their software when initially prompted to, according to the findings of a new survey conducted for Skype, Symantec and TomTom.
In-car location and navigation technology firm TomTom introduced the Go Live 1535M portable navigation device, integrating a series of popular location-enabled mobile applications optimized for
Following the recent announcement of its WebKit-based, touchscreen-enabled Go 1000 Live device, navigation technology developer TomTom said it plans to open its own applications storefront by the end
Navigation technology developer TomTom announced a new agreement with AT&T to deliver real-time information to motorists. Per terms of the deal, AT&T will provide the wireless connection to
TomTom announced a new iPhone application that it says turns the iPhone into the same user interface as its portable navigation devices. Maybe that's why the app costs $99. According to TomTom, the
Navigation technology developer TomTom announced the launch of a new iPhone application promising the same user interface, turn-by-turn spoken travel directions and routing services available in its