iPhone/iPod touch: Mobile Safari joins Android and BlackBerry browsers in getting location awareness with Google, using GPS or Wi-Fi triangulation to figure out what food, stores or other goodies are nearby when you search.
As with its counterparts, the location setting sticks with the browser until you hit update, or it happens to notice you've moved locales. Google says it doesn't pull location data unless you allow it at the prompt—two prompts on an iPod touch, actually—and the location feature can be disabled from the Preferences link at the main Google page.
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Official Google Mobile Blog: Search with My Location for iPhone 3.0. And All that Jazz [Official Google Mobile Blog via TechCrunch]