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BlackBerry Dakota leaked with HD video, NFC, 3G hotspot

01/13, 9:50am

BlackBerry Dakota finally pictured, specified

RIM's BlackBerry Dakota was resurrected today with a leak that included both its first recent image and a major leap in hardware features. The Bold-like, touch-capable device should now have a much larger and sharper 2.8-inch, 640x480 display. It would also be the first BlackBerry to record HD video, BGR said, and would catch up to Apple and Google with a 3G hotspot feature to share the connection.

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Garmin's Custom Maps lets users overlay own data

11/18, 9:35am

Garmin lets users upload paper maps

Garmin on Wednesday introduced a new Custom Maps capability that lets users take existing paper or digital maps and upload them to their portable Garmin navigators. The free service is compatible with Dakota, Oregon and Colorado outdoor GPS handhelds. Those using Macs and PCs can use the service.

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Garmin unveils touchscreen Dakota outdoor GPS

06/26, 8:10am

Garmin Dakota 10 and 20

Garmin on Friday kicked off the launch of a new outdoors GPS line. The Dakota 10 and 20 are both ruggedized but small and built to to be simple with a touchscreen interface borrowed from the high-end Oregon line. It lacks the earlier model's camera but has 850MB of internal memory to handle both map data as well as waypoints and geocache data synced from a Mac or Windows PC.

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