Search Skills Map Search Search engines provide capabilities to search for maps, directions, and local attractions. Type search text in a search engine and then tap or click the Maps link on a search engine’s home page to see a map of locations for your search text. For example, type the search text, verizon wireless chicago, in the search box to find locations of Verizon Wireless stores in Chicago. Type the search text, cisco boston, to view the location of the Boston Cisco office on a map. To obtain directions, type the address to or from which to obtain directions, and specify walking, driving, or by public transportation. On mobile devices with GPS capability, you can specify to use your current location as a starting or ending location. You also can search near a location. For example, type the search text, pizza near 125 high street boston, to display the names of pizza restaurants near that location. Some mapping search tools allow you to zoom, pan, and navigate a map in aerial view or street view, showing the location when looking from above or on the street. Research This: Create search text using the techniques described above or in previous Search Skills exercises, and type it in a search engine to create maps that provide this information: (1) aerial and street view of your home, (2) directions to a local store that sells wireless networking equipment, (3) locations of your mobile service provider’s retail stores in your current city, and (4) distance between Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond,Washington and Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California. Take screenshots to capture and document your results.