Now when your pal texts "I'm at a party," simply click to see your route to the bash. The Nuvifone outdoes other GPS-equipped cellphones by automatically recognizing addresses, whether written in your text messages, calendar, e-mail, Web pages or contact list, and letting you launch turn-by-turn directions with a tap. If your friend has a Nuvifone too, you can inform each other of your whereabouts without even typing addresses. The phone can mark a text message with its location, just as some cameras do with photos, so the mapping program automatically knows where a note came from. Then it can read directions out loud as you walk or drive to meet your chat buddy.