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Walmart tops as most GPS searched destination in US - study

Friday 18 March 2011 | 12:31 CET | News
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People continue to rely on mobile GPS technology to guide them along the US' roadways, avoid traffic and assist them find their destinations, including Walmart which topped the list as the most searched destination for the second straight year, according to a study by TeleNav. Searches for Walmart were more than double the number of searches conducted for second place Target. Starbucks, which took the second spot in last year's analysis, fell to the third spot this year, indicating that some Americans may have cut back on their morning 'cup of Joe.' Electronics retailer Best Buy took the

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Best Buy / TeleNav
Countries: United States
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Why are they compiling this? Is the government keeping track of us with our GPS now???
Milissa Benson @ 25/3/2011 - 17:08


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