Google at the gas pump

From Ars Technica: Google at the gas pump translates to happy motorists, retailers.

So getting lost will be less common, since maps will be more available. Whether these will be printable was unclear. Of course there are about 180,000 gas stations in the United States, so this is at best an experimental, first stage deployment, but it might be deployed more quickly than GPS with mapping software in every vehicle.

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