Thursday, November 30, 2006

Google LBS, Free Maps?

CNet interviewed Deep Nishar, director of product management for Google about their strategy on LBS. This just after the launch of Drift by Helio.

This in the same week that the Gaia Project hits a wall inside Google ambitions where things aren't that free any longer.

Meanwhile in the U.K. O2 releases models like the HTC XDA Orbit with CoPilot software running Windows Mobile 5.0. First on TechDigest and NewsWireless.

Soon available: The "Wireless Wallet" from the San Jose Mercury News.

And Palm Treo 680 users can now use Telenav GPS Navigator.

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