Google Maps received an update yesterday, making it a lot more friendly for users who rely on public transport to get from A to B by adding departure times for railway stations, among other new features.
Unfortunately, the new update is causing a few issues for HTC Rezound owners, who have found that the app causes their phone to reboot itself after using it for a few seconds. Users on forums such as XDA, The Milk Milk and AndroidCentral have all been complaining about the issue, so it looks to be pretty widespread.
It appears that Rezound owners will encounter the issue after opening an app that is tied in with Maps, whether it's the actual Maps app, Latitude or Navigation.
Some users reported limited success after clearing the cache for the app, but it doesn't appear to solve the problem entirely. For now, your best bet is to uninstall app updates and roll back to an earlier version. You can do this by going to Settings > Apps > Google Maps > Uninstall updates.