[CES 2012] Who would have thought that Google Maps has evolved to where it is today, as it allows you to find all the gadgets and booths that you are interested in. After all, with tens of thousands of square feet to comb through, you might get lost easily. Those with Android-powered devices are able to take advantage of Google Maps to navigate through the labyrinth that we call the Las Vegas Convention Center, while select resorts and casinos along the Las Vegas strip are also covered – including the McCarran International Airport just in case finding your way around is your primary weak point.
Google has also worked with certain Best Buy stores in the Las Vegas vicinity, letting those who need to do some last minute or emergency gadget shopping make a beeline there without having to look so lost. Back to the Google Maps update – floor plans of the LVCC are now available, but just in case you do not own an Android phone, you can always check out the official CES website and mosey your way to the booth or vendor of your choice from there.
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