If you're in the U.S., instead of springing for that expensive built-in nav system for your new car, think about Verizon Wireless's new VZ Navigator service for your cell phone.
The service will deliver turn-by-turn directions with a voice interface for $10 per month, or $3 for 24-hour one-shot access (useful for travellers).

The service will launch on the new Motorola V325 phone (shown at right), but other GPS-equipped phones will follow. A major benefit of navigation services like Verizon's is the access to always-up-to-date map information. Integrated car navigation systems typically require the customer to purchase expensive update CDs.

And it works when you're not in your car, too! PC Magazine's TechnoRide has all the details.

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