Let’s talk Mobile Navigators. Those wonderful little programs you pop on your mobile phone, and they tell you how to get from where you
Owen Rubin was one of the first people to program arcade video games for Atari a long time ago, and designed arcade video games for almost 15 years. He later joined Apple where he worked on both hardware and software projects, and was the key player on the MacLC, bootable CD, several pieces of Mac system software, as well as a contributor to many other CPU projects. He later worked for Pacific Bell to lead the design of services for the first commercial broadband system in the US, and then went on to be the lead researcher of broadband for Paul Allen’s Interval Research. Since then, he has been an executive at a number of startups in security and semiconductors, and CTO of Edison Labs, a startup focusing on helping commercial clients write and develop mobile apps. Right now, he is looking for the next great thing (hint hint!)
Mobile Navigation System reviewed by Peter Nikolaidis, Guest Writer NAVIGON MobileNavigator North America Company: NAVIGON AG Price: $59.99 iTunes App Store I have been
Scott is a long time Apple enthusiast whose first personally owned computer was the original 128k Macintosh introduced in 1984. He has 35+ years of computing experience, working with Apple II, Mac OS X, Windows, and a variety of flavors of Unix and Linux, and (of course!) iOS.
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There are many navigation Apps within the iTunes App Store. At their core, they are all designed to pretty much do the same thing, get you from point A to point B. How does MobileNavigator iPhone by Navigon rate at its core purpose in life? Read on and discover if this is the navigation App for you.