The newest in-car navigation units let you choose your own points of interest
By Suzanne Kantra Kirschner, Senior Technology Editor
Posted 08.01.2005 at 2:00 pm 0 Comments
GPS maker Garmin recently announced two car-navigation products—the StreetPilot c340 and StreetPilot 2720—with one very special feature: points of interest (POIs) that will be updateable after purchase and open to third-party development. POIs are those little icons on the GPS maps that indicate the presence of museums, restaurants, stores, and so on. Why am I so excited about this feature?
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