Your new navigator is your old phone: Easy mapping for bikes and cars

(dpa) — What do you do with your old smartphone when you get a new model? They’re too expensive to just throw in the bin. One thing they can be useful for is navigating unfamiliar routes when you’re driving, cycling or hiking.If you download maps for offline use you don’t even need a SIM card or a mobile data connection.Apps such as Komoot like Outdooractive are recommended for bike tours and hiking and there’s also OsmAnd for all kinds of offline maps.The only thing you need to invest in is a stable bracket for the handlebars or the windscreen and they generally cost little more than a cup of…

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5G Americas Elects AT&T’s Igal Elbaz as Chairman of the Board of Governors

Tue Sep 1 , 2020
Jim Nevelle of Ericsson re-elected as Treasurer BELLEVUE, Wash. 5G Americas, the industry trade association and voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas, announced today that Igal Elbaz, Senior Vice President Wireless Technology and Experience Delivery of AT&T has been elected to serve as the Chairman of the 5G […]
5G Americas Elects AT&T’s Igal Elbaz as Chairman

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