Most of us know GPS, or global positioning systems, as the things that give talking driving directions. Now smart phones like the Google Phone and the iPhone have dozens of applications that use GPS to connect with others and to find everything from the nearest coffee shop to identifying constellations in the night sky.
New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) - The GPS Revolution - February 4, 2009
They interview Mat Honan, who wrote the Wired article about GPS applications.
Interview is 9:40 into the audio of the show - listen to the audio in your browser or download the MP3 from Word of Mouth - February 4, 2009.