Google launches Maps with location info

Google has released a new beta version of its Google Maps for Mobile that includes location-based information pulled from data collected by cell towers. Depending on how many cell towers a user is near, Google says the application will put you within the right spot give or take 500 or 5,000 meters. The application works with BlackBerry devices, some newer Motorola and Sony Ericsson devices and many Windows Mobile and Series 60 third edition devices. Currently, the iPhone, Motorola Q, Samsung BlackJack and Palm Treo 700w do not support the application. Click on the video below to watch a demo created by Google:

For more on My Location:
- read this interview with a Google product manager over at InformationWeek

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