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Test driving the Novogo S700 GPS device

News | 04/13/2007 11:05 am EDT

What was once reserved for the military and more recently trucking companies is now making a bigger splash in the consumer market. Personal navigation devices using GPS technology have been available for a number of years, but there's a new player that has entered the Canadian market. Its device comes equipped with a colour screen, can speak in 19 different languages and can find all Tim Horton's locations in Canada and the United States.

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