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It was two long years ago that we caught Traffic Vizzion appearing on Windows Mobile 5 devices. Since then, the product has integrated Yahoo! Maps with its traffic-cam views and now the company has a BlackBerry client. Pricing is unchanged from current plans: either $5 monthly […]

TrafficvizzionIt was two long years ago that we caught Traffic Vizzion appearing on Windows Mobile 5 devices. Since then, the product has integrated Yahoo! Maps with its traffic-cam views and now the company has a BlackBerry client. Pricing is unchanged from current plans: either $5 monthly or $29 yearly, although you can give it a test-drive for free. Got a ‘Berry with GPS like the 8800 or 8830? Traffic Vizzion will use the location data to pinpoint which traffic cameras are nearest you so you can get a real-time, heads up glance using the "Watch the Road Ahead" feature.

  1. now you can watch yourself crash in real time while checking traffic by looking at your mobile device

    lol

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