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Waze 3.2 adds the ability to find gas prices at stations in your vicinity, while also offering discounts to users of the crowd-sourced traffic app. Waze becomes the latest app maker to add fuel price searches to its mobile offering.
It's a day of redefinitions. For one thing, "Kodak moment" apparently now refers to taking someone to court; the MacBook Pro with Retina display has redefined how thin you can make an LCD, and Apple may be loosely redefining the word "everything."
The evidence has been mounting for a Maps overhaul in iOS 6. Dan Moren runs down a list of features that would be nice to see.
This week's roundup apps brings you new and better ways to get in shape, watch TV, and battle alien pigs. Because in space, no one can hear you oink.
ALK Technologies has announced CoPilot GPS, a free route planner and on-board mapping app for the iPhone and iPad. It's slated to hit the App Store this spring.
Version 3.1 of the crowd-sourced traffic and navigation app for iOS adds the ability to report traffic incidents and calculate routes using voice commands.
The latest iOS version of both StreetPilot and StreetPilot onDemand includes point-of-interest information gleaned from Wikipedia. You can also check in at locations via Facebook and Foursquare.
Version 2.4 of the mobile restaurant locator arrived on the App Store Wednesday. Now, a vast majority of restaurants listed in LocalEats will also include menu information, thanks to a partnership with SinglePlatform.
With another acquisition Apple now has more maps than my dad's glovebox. (Scary.) Meanwhile, the company may allow in-store purchases COMING FROM INSIDE ITS APP, its engineers are investigating the spoooky mystery of depleting iPhone 4S batteries, and a couple iOS technologies may show up on the Mac, like, uh, free candy.
The 2.0 version of Navigon's iPhone apps -- announced Thursday but slated for release later this fall -- offer new map management features and a simplified interface redesign.
United Airlines is joining the "paperless flight deck" revolution, announcing Tuesday that it is distributing 11,000 iPads to United and Continental pilots to replace bulky paper navigation charts in the cockpit.
Aspen Avionics is launching a new product called Connected Panel, which wirelessly connects an iPad to an aircraft’s avionics.
Apple may have bought a 3D mapping company, The Red Hot Chili Peppers get ready to rock in lo-fi, and if you though Apple's App Store had some raw deals, well, you ain't seen nothing yet.