iPhone 3.0: Location Aware Google Search via Safari
Google Blogs (via Gizmodo) has announced that the long-rumored Geo-Location based services in Mobile Safari are indeed included in iPhone 3.0 and being put to use in "My Location" searches by Google.com on the iPhone.
As to privacy concerns, Google stresses the service is opt-in and can be turned off via the Preferences link at the bottom of the page.
Good news for those looking for a local burger joint, bad news for those hoping Latitude wouldn't be stuck in the browser...
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