Asustek is promising a raft of new products in coming months, including smart phones developed with Global Positioning System specialist Garmin International Inc. and its first low-cost computer using Google Inc.'s Android software, an operating system designed for cellphones._____________"In order to remain competitive in the market, they'll need to move beyond netbooks and do so relatively soon," said George Schiffler, an analyst at Gartner.On Thursday, Asustek reported profit fell 94% to $13.7 million during the first quarter after posting a loss in the fourth quarter. Quarterly sales fell 27%.
The one difference is that Garmin rarely makes a mistake releasing a product before it is ready.
Not nearly as much as compared to other GPS companies.
I think you are taking it a bit to literally. In the context of this thread we were talking about product (hardware) releases. Not application/firmware/software releases.
how else is that to be read?
If you want to nitpick and argue over the complexities of GPS-- gpspassion.com is a good place for that.