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Google Field Trip is designed to help you explore unchartered territory, but it's definitely not perfect.
This $250 iOS app and mini-tablet combo gives you the connected-car experience without buying a brand-new car.
The much-awaited Google Maps for iPhone will please many users who are disappointed with iOS 6's Maps and may even win some converts. Most of all, though, it steps up the mapping competition.
These iOS apps can tell you about any hold-ups or bottlenecks that might crop up en route to where you want to go.
The Olympic torch is about to be lit in London. If you're heading across the Atlantic to watch the Games in person, we look at some apps that might be able to help you find your way around town.
Don't let the high price of gasoline keep you from hitting the road this three-day weekend. Use these apps to track down the best gas prices from your iOS device.
If you're looking for a tasty bite this weekend, these iOS apps can point you in the right direction.
Whether it's via highways, byways, or public transit, these iOS apps can help you get from Point A to Point B.
If your three-day weekend includes a lot of time in the car, these apps can help you plan a route, prepare for traffic, and figure out where to stop along the way.
Whether you're a strap-hanging road warrior or a first-time visitor to a new city, this easy-to-use navigation tool will get you where you're going in no time.
Waze is a free navigation app for iOS that uses data from users to build its maps.
Whether you're traveling by land or air this holiday season, these apps can help you check your flight status, avoid traffic jams, or book last-minute travel.
In honor of Columbus Day, here are some iOS map apps that will help you find out where you're headed and what's around you, whether it's the New World or just around the corner.