If you're anything like us, you're tired of getting lost for those weekly lunches in Paris. (Note to Dieter - start hosting weekly lunches in Paris.)

But if you're a fan of TeleNav, AT&T's got you covered. The company's subscription navigation service has gone live outside the U.S., offering 3-D maps, voice and turn-by-turn directions in 20 other nations. And that includes a number of cities in China, just in time for the Olympics, of which AT&T is a sponsor.

Currently, the only Windows Mobile devices AT&T lists as supporting its Navigator Global Edition are:

  • AT&T Tilt
  • Samsung Blackjack II
  • Motorola Q9h

Seems they only like integrated GPS. What, no love for us Freedom Keychain users? Hey, AT&T, if you're looking for testers, our passport's up to date. Just sayin'.