The mantra for gadgets these days is location, location, location. Now, researchers at MIT are making electronics talk to each other in new ways to see just how accurate their pinpointing skills can get.
If you're a world traveler, or even if you're traveling abroad for the first time and need absolutely everyone to know, Gmail now offers an option to include your location in the signature.
Navizon, a simple $25 app, is supposed to locate you on a map and provide directions to a destination "on any wireless network and in any country." Previously available for Windows Mobile and Symbian apps, it now comes in BlackBerry as well.