TomTom's apologized for a leap year bug that's caused some of its satnav systems to malfunction.
Fed up with clueless customers wandering around aimlessly in search of the Marmite, a British supermarket has introduced a sat-nav service in one of its stores.
Europe's largest satnav manufacturer, TomTom, has apologized to customers after admitting it sold driver data to the cops.
There can be few satnav owners who haven't been tempted to throw the thing out of the car window as that patronisingly calm voice tells them to 'turn around where possible' for the umpteenth time.
Dedicated navigation devices such as those from TomTom and Garmin could be on the way out, according to ComScore.