Here and Naver Labs ink robotics deal to map indoor spaces

Your trip through the airport or train station may soon become a little more crowded — not with people, but with robots, busily scanning and plotting the space so that one day, even more of thei

Russian Search Giant Yandex Rolls Into Europe, U.S. With Digital Mapping Expansion; Richer Geo-Location Services In Pipeline

Hot on the heels of launching its own internet browser and an Android app store to build out its business and keep Google at bay in its home territory, Russian search engine Yandex has quietly extende

After Acquiring NAVTEQ Ad Group, Matchbin Becomes Radiate Media; Adds $22 Million In Financing

<a href="">Matchbin</a>, a company that creates CMS solutions and hosts websites for community newspapers, radio stations, and TV stations, announced today that it has acquired <a

Nokia Integrates NAVTEQ With New 'Location & Commerce' Business, Closes Accenture Outsourcing Deal

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Nokia's Navteq acquires crowdsourced traffic data app Trapster

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NAVTEQ Study: Worst Traffic In U.S. On New York City Freeways

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NAVTEQ Acquires 3D Technology Company PixelActive

<img class="shot2" src="" alt="" /> <a href="">PixelActive</a>, a 16-person company that provides 3D urban model

Garmin refreshes two GPS lineups

Garmin makes more GPS units than I would care to count, but when the firm update two of their mainstream lineups, I take notice. Both the nüvi 2×5 and the 7×5 models were updated with the

FCC approves Nokia 500 GPS system, crowd goes wild

Nokia’s push into consumer GPS devices is a good thing, if you ask me. Nobody asked me, but whatevs. This GPS system has been approved by the FCC and is slated to begin selling in Europe by the

Nokia's Latest Pocket Computer (the N810) as Mobile Platform

Nokia officially announced its latest pocket computer, the N810. It’s got a full slide-out keyboard, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, the works, and is due out next month for $479. Nokia has more like this

Nokia purchasing NAVTEQ

The world’s largest mobile device manufacturer has announced their intent to purchase the leading provider of comprehensive digital map information, NAVTEQ, for $8.1 billion. Nokia realizes the impo

Nokia Maps

Nokia is buying digital mapmaker Navteq for $8 billion. (See WSJ coverage here).  Navteq powers many in-car navigation services, but it is also one of the providers of mapping data used in Google Map