On June 29th, Monday, Google Earth celebrated its 10th birthday. I know 10 years is a blip on the timeline, but for digital content and tech, 10 years is old.
Usefulness of offline maps Google Maps offers a lot of useful information to drivers. It can tell you how to get where you are going (obviously), traffic along various routes,
Google is releasing a dedicated Street View application later this summer to replace the Views community and allow users to view all kinds of photospheres.
Starting today it will be much easier to know how long until the 6 Train arrives at 68th Street – Hunter College. Google has added at-a-glance view of details for real-time
Google, as part of its keynote speech, showed off a more rich Maps client for Android. Due later this year, the new mobile app will offer a full offline experience
With Memorial Day weekend upon us, many of us are looking toward an extending weekend with some sort of travel involved. Living in San Diego, I see plenty of traffic
Google has updated their Maps app bringing the version number to 8.1.0 from the previous 8.0.0 having already updated their camera app to version 2.2. With the update comes terrain
Find My Friends! (FMF) is a location-sharing app similar to Glympse, but it also adds police reports, check ins, and mugshots to give you an eerie look into what you
Since 2005, Google Maps has been collaborating with transit authorities to make our lives a whole lot easier. Today Google has well over 500 cities worldwide with transit stops marked. Google understands that
It was only a matter of time, folks. Apple has officially announced that they’re dropping Google Maps on their iDevices and going for something cooked up within their own
Google has updated three of their Android applications today with Maps, Google+, and Google Goggles each getting new features. While Google Maps (6.0.1) is strictly made up of bug fixes