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DEARBORN, Mich., June 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Ford adds Google Maps to its 'Send to SYNC' feature, allowing drivers to send destinations from Google Maps to their Ford vehicle through the cloud-based SYNCÂ® Traffic, Directions & Information (TDI) appDrivers download destination information into the vehicle via their Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones; the information will be processed into audible turn-by-turn directions, eliminating the need to bring printed maps into the car and...
A police investigation has been ordered on Internet search giant Google by the Australian government over alleged privacy violations, Attorney General Robert McClelland said Sunday.
Internet search company Google has said it is â€œcloseâ€ to resolving issues that have kept it from passing Wi-Fi data disks, which contains data Google Street View cars gathered by accident, to German authorities.
A woman who was struck by a car while walking along a route she followed after checking Googleâ€™s online mapping tool is suing the Internet giant for not recommending a safer direction.
A federal judge has ordered Google to turn over its copies of U.S. private wireless data it captured while taking photos from a vehicle during its "Street View" mapping service.
In a joint effort to bring Web and channel surfing together, Google Inc, Intel Corp, Logitech International and Sony Corp unveiled new plans for a â€œsmartâ€ TV on Thursday.
Google Inc is being investigated by German prosecutors on suspicion of violating privacy laws by recording fragments of people's activities through unsecured Wi-Fi networks.
Google has admitted that it collected personal data sent over unsecured WiFi signals as it gathered information using its controversial "Street View" mapping service over the last few years.
On Friday, Germany reported that Google has agreed to address privacy concerns before launching its Street View navigation service in the country, which ended a row between the firm and Berlin.
BOSTON, March 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Boston-based ZoomAtlas today announced that it logged 22,000 user notes posted as of March 14, 2010.
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