ZDNet UK: Linux PDA Finds Itself with GPS Navigation System
Apr 08, 2003, 02:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matthew Broersma)
"Sharp is to offer a mapping service for its Linux-based
handhelds, integrating GPS data from an add-on card.
"The Mobile Map Navi service will allow users of Sharp's Zaurus
to download a map of Japan, plug in a GPS receiver and see where
they are at any given moment. The software can also plot a course
to a given destination and guide the user along the way.
"Users can store the entire map in the device's removable memory
card, or just download one region..."