"AT&T announced today at CITA Wireless 2008, the immediate availability of its company-branded GPS-enabled navigation service, AT&T Navigator. The AT&T Navigator service features audible and visual turn-by-turn driving directions, including full-color moving maps, using GPS directly from your wireless phone. Working with TeleNav, the service is available on GPS-capable PDAs and handsets."
"The service also provides integrated speech recognition for address entry and points of interest search. You simply press a single button on your phone and speak the name of the business or address you want to find, and AT&T Navigator will provide voice and on-screen turn-by-turn directions to your destination. Integrated speech recognition is currently available on BlackBerry devices, but AT&T plans to make this feature, along with other value-added services, available on more handsets in 2008."
Cool. Very cool.