In This Chapter
Exploring your world with Maps
Adding optional map features
Searching for places
Finding a restaurant
Getting to your location
Using the phone as a navigator
Adding a navigation Home screen shortcut
The group members were all stunned and disoriented. Dr. Cornelius explained that it would happen. The room rocked, and gravity tugged left and right instead of down.
Eventually Ira righted himself; his nausea abated. "They're never going to sell teleportation to the masses with that kind of aftereffect," he grunted.
Phyllis agreed. Holding a hand to her spinning forehead, she asked, "Where are we? And where is a good sushi restaurant?"
That's when Dan whipped out his Nexus One superphone. "I'll let you know in just a second," he said proudly. "And the reader will know as well, thanks to the marvelous information in this chapter."
You no longer need to buy road atlases or struggle with maps that never fold the same way twice: Your Nexus One comes with a Maps application. It charts the entire country, including freeways, highways, roads, streets, avenues, drives, bike paths, addresses, businesses, and points of interest. The map is amazing.
The Nexus One communicates with global positioning satellites (GPS) to hone in on ...