A new version of Google Maps is out, and for those of you without GPS, it's time to rejoice.
The new version uses something called 'My Location' which helps GPS-less berry users approximate their location on the map (of course, those of you that are GPS enabled will see your exact location on the map).
'My Location' uses the data sent to and from your nearest cell tower to approximate your location. So, while your location may not be exact, it should be pretty darn close. Video walk through after the jump!