Taking It to the Streets

Seybold, Andrew
January 2006
Wireless Week;1/1/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p29
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the navigation system VZ Navigator which is included in a mobile phone introduced by Verizon Wireless. The author mentioned that the company was able to duplicate navigation features in mobile phones which could mean that the wireless industry has an opportunity to lead in the area of navigation. The devices of the wireless industry has become integrated with other consumer electronics devices and services.


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