Updating maps on tomtom go 920 Sex date in dusseldorf

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For part of the reason Tom Tom posted an 83 per cent drop in profits this week is that most people who want a satnav probably have gone and bought one, and around half of them have plumped for a Tom Tom Go.

As for my question, I tried searching, but I couldn't find anything recent. 5507-History-of-Nav Cores I was doing exactly what he/she says is wrong!Lets explain one thing from the start: There is no such thing as a "free map".Creating and updating maps takes a lot of people and an awful lot of time !On looks alone, the GO 920 is identical to its predecessor, measuring 3.3 by 4.7 by 0.9 inches (HWD), weighing 7.8 ounces, and featuring the same 4.3-inch WQVGA 480-by-272-pixel screen.A rounded rear profile makes the box slightly thicker than the thinnest devices on the market (the Magellan Maestro 4250, and HP i PAQ 310; both 0.7 inch thick), yet it still fits neatly into a shirt pocket.There are just two major map suppliers - Tele Atlas and Navteq and they have massive teams of people working on this.

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