Woman Blames GPS After Driving Into RiverA woman in New York is blaming her car's navigation system for leading her straight into a river on November 5.
Police: Man's GPS Causes Him To Drive Into Pennsylvania RiverPolice say the man was unable to stay on the bike path because it narrowed, and his car rolled off the path sideways into the river.
New Device Promises To Fix GPS Tunnel BlindnessIf you've driven through the tunnels in Baltimore or New York City, you probably know the frustration of riding blind: no GPS signal means no directions upon emerging into daylight. Now, there's a solution.
Your Smartphone Knows If You're A Good DriverWant to prove you're a better driver than your friends? There's a growing list of apps to do just that.
Jay Lloyd's Getaway: Upper Vermont's Lake Champlain Region Getaways can be relaxing and recharging. Here's an ideal spot for one.
Jay Lloyd's Getaway: Appreciating Paper Maps and ChartsRemember, savvy travelers do not live by GPS alone!
Exclusive Video: Philadelphia Police Get High Tech Help Stopping Bank Robbery SuspectPhiladelphia Police say a bank robbery suspect had no idea that while he tried to make his escape from a bank robbery, there was a GPS chip tracking his every movement.
Bucks County Residents Injured In Bus Crash File Lawsuit Against GPS ManufacturersThey claim GPS companies have a duty to warn of height restrictions.
3 On Your Side: GPS Used To Track Alleged Kidnapper3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us these devices aren't uncommon, yet and they're more than just a traditional GPS system that most people use.
The Dangers Of Digital StalkingOne in six American women and one in 19 men have experienced stalking at some point in their lives, and stalking puts victims at increased risk of being attacked or killed. In the digital age, many stalkers can track their victims almost anywhere they go, with terrifying consequences.
Police: $10,000 Worth Of Cell Phones And GPS Units Stolen From RadioShackPennsylvania State Police say $10,000 worth of cell phones and GPS units were taken from a local RadioShack early Sunday morning.
NJ Court: No GPS Monitoring For Sex Crimes Pre-2007New Jersey can't force sex offenders who were convicted before a GPS monitoring program was signed into law to wear the tracking devices, a divided state Supreme Court ruled.