Samsung isn’t alone in trying to capitalize on Apple’s blunder with its new mapping application for iPhones and iPads. 

Motorola, which is now owned by Google, started a hashtag campaign on Twitter called #iLost to promote its newest Android phone, the Droid Razr M. Like all Android phones, the Droid Razr M comes with Google Maps by default. (The campaign is also one of the top trending topics on Google+, go figure.)

Nokia got in the game too, releasing an infogra…………… continues on Business Insider