Archive of category "GPS"

I recently bought myself a cheap android tablet. As technical kinda guys are, they want to get the most out of their product, so I started fiddling around with it. First of all : base specs of the machine. Brand : Novitab Android 4.0 ICS “GetJar” marketplace 10.1″ capacitive display cortex A8 1.2Ghz cpu 1GB […]

Gard g-g-g-gard. That being said, by popular demand, I bring you a new list of must-haves for the Android (2.1 and higher – sorry owners of a 1.6, buy a real Android phone next time) Some of the items covered here, were already mentioned in an older post, but still remain one of the better. […]

Title says it all. This morning, I got a fun call from a friend of mine (thanks, Soggney ;)) telling that Google finally completed its navigational software, and with Dutch voices included !! So there I went, instantly downloading Google Nav on the Android Marketplace only to become even more stunned of the magnificent fluent […]

For those that read my daily/weekly spam, you might have noticed I have bought a HTC Desire. For those that have a HTC Desire, you will agree with me that except for doing your dishes, this little wonder can perform A LOT of tasks. EXCEPT ONE THING A NORMAL PHONE DOES !!!! *dum dum duuummm* […]

VICTORY!!11ONEONE!ELEVEN Finally got this fricking Google maps with multiple layers thingie to work. After cracking my head on some stupid Javascript error (that’s what you get when you write in Notepad instead of some auto-correcting program), layers started being assholes by randomly appearing and disappearing when activating the select buttons on the top right of […]

When working on a Google map with several friends, we encountered a big issue : at a certain moment, the map started to no longer show us the extra pinpoints we made to it.

Another Android adventure brought me to some fun software called Waze. Waze is GPS software that holds the ‘major roads’ by default, and allows users to build their own streets, by driving though them in a ‘create-a-street-mode’, in which the software draws a line where you actually drove, thus creating the street. I’m not really […]