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The Victorian Police (the same police department that issued the warning about Apple Maps) has raised safety concerns once more, this time about Google’s maps.
See how a creative digital agency uses Google's Street View mapping of a business to showcase their products and services. Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) December
When it comes to uncharted territory, discovering a new island would seem pretty exciting. But, when you make an un-discovery, you got yourself a whole new ballgame.
Google has already taken its Street View project to the streets, but now the company is taking the mission to the mountains, providing a first-person view of hiking trails.
When Apple released iOS 6 last month, the Internet blew a collective gasket over their first attempt at mapping. Roads were melted, airports were invented, and large areas were sent back to the pre-war black and white days.
In what could be an effort to placate those who are still looking for a proper iOS ready app, Google has announced that these iPhone users will now be able to use Street View to see even more places than before.
Google Street View has allowed users to travel the roads of the world, from the Red Square in Moscow to the Las Vegas Strip, and now the online resource is letting viewers go where no car has gone before—the Great Barrier Reef.
Google and NASA are combining forces to give Internet users the opportunity to peek inside the space agency's Kennedy Space Center.
Android users no longer have exclusive access to Google Earth's 3D imagery on the go, as the feature was unveiled this week for select Apple iOS-powered devices.
Fresh off a record-setting $22.5 million fine from the American FTC, Google now has to wait until September before hearing their fate from a European regulator.
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