Ok, you have a nice, new Android mobile smartphone… now what? If location and in particular, sharing your location with others is your thing then you may want to check out what you can do with Google Latitude. Using the service is very simple, all you need is a Google account and the rest is a piece of cake – simply setup your preferences. Last year I found a very useful way to use latitude was while on vacation I had my son setup his latitude preferences to update and share his position so I can always know where he was – very handy! Google has a handy page showing off some of the other things users can do with Latitude – see http://www.google.com/latitude/apps. Using Latidude you can store your location history (great for building a travel archive of your trips), receive notifications when you enter a region near fiends (recall you need to friend people in order to share location info with them); you can publish your location on your blog using a widget (this is a little too stalker-ish for my liking); you can also share your location with Google Talk or chat contacts. Again, Latitude integrates very nicely with Android mobiles and requires very little setup or fumbling around – your mom could even setup Latitude to share her location with you – although that would be a little creepy!