If you’re a Google Maps fan in New Zealand today’s your lucky day, as the search specialists from Mountain View, CA have added live traffic condition information to the geographic platform. Those wondering just how dismal their evening commute will be can navigate to maps.google.co.nz, or use the various mobile applications, to see the verdict. Google notes that the information is available for “major cities and highways” and that it is working to expand and improve reach over time.
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Emoticons are a fun way to express yourself when sending text messages. The iPhone’s latest operating system, iOS 5, now comes with support for “emoji”.
To activate them, you’ll need to add a new keyboard in your iPhone settings. To do this, go to:
Settings > General > Keyboard > International Keyboards > Add New Keyboard > Emoji.
Once you’ve done this, you’ll be able to switch between your regular keyboard and the emoji keyboard when sending text messages. All you have to do is tap the globe icon on your keyboard… examples below:
Please note that iPhone emoji won’t show up when sending to friends that don’t have iPhones, or iOS 5. They will only be compatible with other iOS 5 users. Enjoy!