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Google will likely 'escape punishment' for gathering private emails, passwords, medical data, web browsing details and other private information from millions of Britons as it mapped out areas of the country in its fleet of Street View vehicles, experts say.
Google is taking the next step in its quest to map out the world, launching a new “Street View Trekker” backpack camera that, when carried by foot, can chart anyplace on Earth.
Their product packed Keynote presentation yesterday peeled the cover back slightly on iOS 6, the mobile operating system which runs on all things “i.”
With Apple and Google in a new battle over 3D mapping technology, the two companies have been rushing to make sure their product is the best option.
Google will be able to continue offering their Street View service in Switzerland after a federal court there ruled that the Mountain View, California-based tech giant will not be required to black out faces and license plates before publishing photographs online.
Apple tells Google that they will no longer be using Google maps app on their devices including the iPad and iPhone.
Rumors about Apple’s very own mapping service have been strong for quite some time now, and while most analysts and professional watchers expect them to make an announcement to this end next week at WWDC, Google may have already beat them to the punch.
Lizard Labs, developer of professional system utilities and software for Microsoft Windows, offers individuals the ability to enhance their map views around the world.
Study Breaks, one of the leading college media entertainment companies, offers businesses a step-by-step guide for how to get on Google Places and get found online. Austin,
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