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CNET's Rafe Needleman takes a peek at Loki, a location-based Internet search and navigation tool that lets you find your exact physical location using Wi-Fi technology and then find nearby points of interest.
MasterCard opens up to software and app developers; we find the most masculine TV ever; and Yahoo acquires an Indonesian location-based social network.
Google blames recent Gmail problems on a software update, AT&T launches location-based deal notifications, and an Android virus called Steamy Window runs up your text message bill.
At the Apple WWDC 2008 in San Francisco, Sam Altman, CEO of Loopt, previews a new application for the iPhone that uses location-based services. The new app blends social networks with the Maps application, so you can see where your friends are. You can also go to their journals to see what they've been doing today, what pictures they've added, and so on. This app will also be free.
Hewlett-Packard's Mscape suite of software applications helps users create location-based games and tours. HP brings its technology, currently in beta, to life with an urban adventure using handheld devices and actors. Here, CNET News.com's Erica Ogg chronicles her journey in San Francisco.
At CTIA Fall 2010, Nicole Lee takes a First Look at Verizon's Motorola Droid Pro, the newest Android phone from Motorola.
CNET's Natali Del Conte takes a look at the Motorola Droid for Verizon Wireless, a smartphone running Google's Android 2.0 operating system and marketed as an anti-iPhone. It is set to hit the market on November 6 for $199.99, with a two-year contract.
Microsoft goes all tropical on us with the announcement of Windows Phone Mango, the next big update to the Windows Phone operating system. We discuss all of the Windows Phone news, the latest 4G markets, and a cavalcade of Verizon smartphones that include the Motorola Droid X2 and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play.
Maggie Reardon visits a Verizon Wireless store in Manhattan for the launch of the new Motorola Droid smartphone.
Nvidia was showing a Motorola-Verizon prototype tablet running Android. Inside is a Tegra 2 processor from Nvidia.