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MapQuest goes mobile

Location services to let mobile users get global positioning, maps, navigation directions.

America Online's MapQuest unit on Monday launched MapQuest Navigator, which lets people access the Global Positioning Service, or GPS, on mobile phones. A partnership with Telmap provides full-color maps and turn-by-turn navigation instructions by voice, graphics and text. Users can access a database of merchants and points of interest.

MapQuest also announced additional new Web-enabled mobile services that let people access interactive maps, get driving directions and find places. The services are based on technology from InfoGin.