over 3 years ago
Jon takes a look at the CoPilot live app for the iphone to see if matches up to the tom tom, Ortis get his groove on with tuberadio.fm, and Dionne brings us the latest tech news.
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SiJ26 November 2009
Is Otis losing his hair. He wore that hat all throughout the studio links on Monday. Is he hiding something? Come on Otis, Joleon Lescott of Man City is not shy in showing his receding hairline, you don't have to be. It's either that or he's a bit late with the Michael Jackson tribute.
David Keppler26 November 2009
But does the TomTom without the cradle do any better I could stomach the 50 quid for the app, but not the cradle as well.
TubeRadioFM26 November 2009
Otis & Gang, that was... awesome. Certainly the most entertaining review we've ever had. Bravo :)
subba600026 November 2009
i love otis and jason but i love jason more !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Andy26 November 2009
Just checking out Tube radio fm, look great. Thanks for that
ScouseAL27 November 2009
I have co-pilot live for the HTC Hero (Android) have been driving around Liverpool for the last few days and not had the same issues as John had, could the issue be more to do with the iPhones poor GPS device rather than the software??
Any chance of reviewing the app on android rather than the rather poor iPhone??
jammyjamie27 November 2009
danny28 November 2009
try grooveshark :) great
Graham28 November 2009
Maybe Ortis got fed up with people commenting on his pointy head.
james01 December 2009
cool vid roc on
richard stevens04 December 2009
i do alot of travel in europe and in stead of buying all the guide books and maps is the i phone the way to go for a pedastrain navigation or is there a hand held sat nav which would be cheaper or better or both ???
Interesting07 December 2009
It is nice they have finally done internet TV's.
Shame there research is so out of date.
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