Whether we travel on business or for pleasure, most of us can't leave behind our gadgets. Some of us take our laptop, others take our Blackberry or other mobile device. Either way, these tools can become invaluable when you land in a major city such as New York and want to make your way around the city. If you get lost, what's the quickest way of finding your current location? You could ask someone or grab your laptop and use a tool that pinpoints your exact location via WPS (wireless positioning service).
Loki for Firefox 2.0 is an updated version of the extension that enables you to locate your current position within a city and then find places of interest nearest to your location. For instance, if you're seeking your hotel, on foot, you can quickly map out a route between where you're located and the hotel. Note that Loki currently works within the US and European support is due soon.
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