Tata Indicom has launched Quickfinder service with maps, navigation and location awareness. It announced plans with Qualcomm in September last year but has commercially deployed the service only now. The service is limited to the Blackberry 8830 World Edition and MotoRAZR V3; those who already own these handsets can upgrade them for free. For the MotoRazr, if the software version is not ‘GATW218_05.05.00R’, then you need to upgrade it. Tata Indicom will launch this service in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur and Ahmedabad in the first phase. Assisted-GPS By Qualcomm CDMA behemoth Qualcomm has provided the A-GPS chipsets for the 2 mobiles. The company's proprietary QPoint location based solution and gpsOne chips used here are already in 300 million handsets worldwide. Assisted-GPS pinpoints the user's position and fixes on it within seconds. The company claims that it…
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