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iPhone Nike+ Interface Leaked!

Here’s some leaked pics of what the Nike+ would look like working with the iPhone.  You do have to admit iPhone is useless for fast internet browsing on the go but it may proved to be a very good tool for running around like crazy and graphing out how you ran.

the biggest improvement over the old Nike system may be Google Maps support:

We don’t know just how robust the Nike+ maps support will be, but mapping routes directly on the iPhone could make for more organized training sessions. If only we

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Eee PC Hack – How to Hack your Internal Devices on an ASUS Eee PC!

Here’s a great wiki site showing you good information on how to hack the ASUS Eee PC including how to add a GPS unit without breaking your arm off.

There are several points on the motherboard where power can be draw, for devices requiring 3.3v or 5v. Ground is universal and allows for short wire runs. A diagram over the points can be found on the research page.

The signal wires thickness is 30 AWG and 24 AWG for the power and ground wires. The wire type is

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Dog Tracking GPS System!

Although the dog tracking GPS system from Garmin looks to be unnecessary for tracking dogs, (maybe its main purpose is for hunting dogs) I can recall countless times when I lost my dog in my neighborhood, only to find him 20 minutes, happy after his little lone-trip.

Now, this dog tracking system can be great if you tend to lose your dog a lot.

The Astro GPS Dog Tracking System requires very little configuration straight out of the

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How to Geo-Map your Movies!

With Seero, I guess you can even geo-map your movies.  It’s interesting as this movie is based on San Francisco streets and I know where they shot it.

It’d be way cool if all new movies came out with a PiP screen of Google Maps showing the location.  (maybe one day when Google starts buying theaters…)

I’m a huge fan of ‘the king of cool’ and of all movie car-chase scenes. I thought it would be great to m

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Knight Rider GPS Video

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0fCbW_UjKM

Remember the Knight Rider GPS?  Well, we found a video of it, enjoy!

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Trackstick for Google Earth Tracking your Travels!

Check out Trackstick if you are interested in automatically logging your travels so you can view them later on Google Earth!

It works anywhere on the planet. Traveled locations can be shown via a red line that is traced on satellite photos and 3D terrain using the latest mapping technologies from Google™ Earth. Trackstick continuously records its exact route, stop times, speed, direction, and other valuable information, all of which can be quickly downloaded and viewed

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Knight Rider GPS with Kitt’s Voice!

If you are thinking about getting a GPS, make sure to get the Knight Rider GPS with Kitt’s voice.  It’s almost like riding the Knight Rider.

the display is flanked by a series of red LEDs that mimic KITTs hood-mounted lights. Further details are scarce, but we do know the Mio Knight Rider GPS will retail for $299

via gizmodo

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Flaik Armband for your Snowboard Jump Data!

As a fanatic snowboarder, this Flaik armband will record the height, altitude, and other cool data of your snowboard jumps. Way cool duude!

This will be great too for snowboarding outside the resort limits in case you get lost.

The product, Flaik, is a performance tracking device for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts.

Flaik combines global positioning satellite (GPS) smarts with GSM/GPRS mobile phone technology.

The GPS part charts a user’s location, speed, distance, altitude and airtime (for jumps).

The

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Bikers now can get Garmin Edge 705 GPS for Bike Navigation!

Garmin, a popular GPS manufacturer, has just introduced Garmin Edge 705 GPS for bikes.  The GPS system features the ability to monitor where you’ve gone by downloading data to your computer after your long cycle ride.

Looks great for people who are serious tracking their cycle data but if you just need a GPS, you could probably just stick a Blackberry with GPS and GoogleMaps to your bike using some clamps.

The Edge 705 combines (take a deep breath) GPS maps and navigation, heart rate, cadence and power output into a palm of your hand

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World’s Largest Drawing with a GPS Briefcase!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irDEzQovftM

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISHiVGx8-2U

Lol, this must be the most creative drawing idea I’ve seen in a while.  Basically, you can read the excerpt, “I sent away a briefcase containing a GPS device with DHL.  I gave them exact travel instructions, where to go and in what order.  55 days later the briefcase returned to Stockholm.  Ths GPS automatically recorded the briefcase’s

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