First things first: this is what the "geek screen" looks like when you're receiving GPS data.
Figuring out where we are...
We just searched for nearby restaurants.
Some of these results are wrong -- Extra Virgin's been closed for a while now.
Note the estimated time of arrival in the bottom right -- it continually updated as we went along.
Let's go someplace harder... and more delicious.
The Dash gets a little lost when it loses the satellite -- we're on Michigan Ave.
The Dash got a little confused trying to get us on Lake Shore Drive, but the traffic info was spot on.
Check how granular the traffic data is.
Again, totally haywire under a bridge with no GPS data.
Thanks for the tip -- but it's strange that the local time doesn't sync over GPRS.
Searching for local movies.
The 3-D street view.
You can't buy tickets online... yet.
The most important search of the night.
Hmmm, we were parked in front of three taco joints, yet they didn't show up -- this just seems to be a list of places with the word "taco" in the name.
Searching Yahoo over WiFi.
What you see when you push a search, feed, or address to the Dash from the MyDash portal.
"Sent to car" is one of the places pushed locations show up.
The first item is a list shared by a MyDash user on the website, the second is a GeoRSS feed we pulled from some random website.
From here it works just like you'd expect.
This Chicago Architectural sights (sites?) feed came from the MyDash portal .
Again, from here it works just as you'd expect.
The results of the "WiFi" Yahoo Local search, sorted by distance. But which ones are free?