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Computerworld Blogs has picked up that iPhone 3.0's Safari now includes Geolocation info. The new API allows web applications to utilize the iPhone's CoreLocation information to determine a user's location. The new feature can be used for any number of things, such as finding nearby restaurants or automatically filling out your Zip code in a form. Google Latitude, Google's recently announced location-based social networking service, requires the user's location information to place them on a map. The Latitude team recently announced that they'd be building the iPhone version as a web app instead of going through the App Store. During a presentation of the service, it was said that Latitude would be using Safari's built-in Geolocation information. Video below.