Sometimes dreams really do come true. Back in 2000, Keith Cheverst and colleagues published a paper outlining the functions and interactions made possible with the Guide system . This mobile navigation aid allowed users to read location-dependent content and look at maps to see nearby places of interest; it also provided services such as hotel bookings. Unlike many predictions of the future, this one was rather prescient. Present-day commercial mobile services like Google and Nokia maps integrate a range of content and features around a detailed, GPS-controlled view. Cheverst's insights have been acknowledged through hundreds of citations; for the…
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