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Google just released Google Maps for Windows Mobile devices. Check it out if you get a chance. If you have a GPS enabled device, then the application would tell you your location without entering any information. This should work on Sprint/Verizon Windows Mobiled devices. The application […]

Google just released Google Maps for Windows Mobile devices. Check it out if you get a chance. If you have a GPS enabled device, then the application would tell you your location without entering any information. This should work on Sprint/Verizon Windows Mobiled devices. The application automatically displays the user’s current location on the map as a flashing blue dot, and factors in that location whenever users search for local businesses or request driving directions. Launched in November 2005, Google Maps works on most J2ME-enabled devices, all color BlackBerry devices, and all Palm devices running OS 5 and above. Windows Mobile is new to the part. Symbian users can also use the device on their smart phones as well.

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