No GPS? Google Maps can more or less calculate where you are from the nearby cell phone tower signals by cell tower triangulation.
What's new? Google Maps uses a new algoritm that calculates both your approximate location and the margin of error more precise than it used to. You don't even need to download a new version of Google Maps for it, because the new algoritm runs on Google's own servers.
So if you're lost and you don't have a GPS, Google Maps can make you a little less lost.
• Google Maps official site (on the fly installer): www.google.com/gmm
Tuesday, 16 September 2008