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Although it really is not the first \"free\" mobile navigation app designed for J2ME-enabled, GPS-containing handsets, LocatioNet Systems is billing its 'amAze' product as such. AmAze (that's not a typo, heh) is apparently the first mapping, navigation and local search product specifically tailored to

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July 26, 2007 at 2:35PM
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If you've used Mobile GMaps on your J2ME-capable handset, you probably love the GPS integration this third-party program has with Google Maps. With gpsOne being built into most Sprint handsets these days, customers of that carrier get a cool mapping and navigation service -- of sorts -- for free. Bu

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