Given the buzz about Apple's new Maps app, demoed at WWDC
this week, you would think that every other company in the navigation
space would close shop or think about other lines of business.
However, CNET's detailed look at the Maps app gives a little needed
perspective after this week's Apple fandom. Jaymar Cabebe looks at the
app's features, offering comparisons to Google's own Maps app on Android.
Rather than revolutionary, many of Apple Maps' features can best be
described as, "It's about time."
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