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Geotate and SiGe Semiconductor Partner to Create Low-Cost Geotagging Solution

Geotate will combine their Yuma and Kato geotagging software with SiGe’s SE4120 GPS radio chip to achieve high-accuracy and affordable navigation in portable devices

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Geotate will combine their Yuma and Kato geotagging software with SiGe’s SE4120 GPS radio chip to achieve high-accuracy and affordable navigation in portable devices. With geotagging, camera users can automatically add geographical identification to their photos using GPS data. The combined Geotate/SiGe Semiconductor solution will be available in Q4 2008, priced at approximately $5 for a complete BoM in volume.  For more information, visit http://www.geotate.com.

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