Pocket-lint Podcast #111 - Google Maps for iPhone, Windows Phone 8 and the Pope
Sing hosanna, in the same week the Pope posted his first tweet, Google Maps for iPhone arrived to save us. In some cases, literally, as Apple's equivalent was putting some Australian motorists in peril by sending them to the middle of an arid and deserted national park instead of a town 43 miles away.
Plus, the team wonders whether Windows Phone 8's positive Facebook access figures translate into real-world handset sales. And wrap up the show with a look at the gadgets they'd most like to see under the tree come Christmas Day.
Editor of news and former Gamesmaster telly bloke Rik Henderson is joined by contributing editor Mike Lowe and founder and CEO Stuart Miles.
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