Google Maps brings indoor mapping to CES

Jan 8, 2012
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Google Maps brings indoor mapping to CES

For those that might remember Google recently announced and released a new feature for Google Maps called indoor maps. Mapping indoors for big city shops and mainly malls, Home Depot, and other large traffic areas at first -- we can happily say it works amazing in Vegas, and even more so for CES.

The official CES showroom floor has all been indexed by Google Maps and can easily be pulled up and even saved to cache. No more mapping for the closest Hollister inside Mall of America instead get turn by turn directions to Samsung, NOKIA, and all the other booths at this years CES.

Check out a few of our screenshots below for an example. From the entire showroom floor to each individual booth. They are all nicely mapped out thanks to Google Maps. If you haven't updated in a few months I'd be checking the Android Market right about now and updating -- especially for all you CES goers.


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