Google Launches “My Location”, but Good Luck Using it on your iPhone

Written by Lyza Gardner on

Jason has amusing coverage today of Google’s new “My Location” service, which seems to us to be a pretty cool concept, but not without some hiccups:

“According to the news reports, you press zero on your mobile phone while using Google Maps to find your approximate location using cell towers. The iPhone lacks GPS so this new service sounds like a winner.

Except you can’t press zero on your iPhone. There is no zero key to press. There are no keys at all on the iPhone.”

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Lyza Gardner

Lyza Gardner is a writer for O’Reilly, A List Apart, Smashing Magazine, NET Magazine and co-founder of Cloud Four. Lyza advocates for elegant standards, education and compassion in pursuit of the best possible future Web.

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