Google confirmed how much it actually paid for the social GPS service.
Say googbye to Latitude and check-ins and hello to offers, Zagat, and more.
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Street View goes indoors again.
No explanation for the accident as of yet, though this is not the first incident associated with this breed of rocket.
Too scared for a real sky dive?
Facebook is looking to acquire social-based GPS service, Waze.
Apple starts working on indoor mapping with the acquisition of WiFiSlam.
Google has released yet another mapping tool for mobile users.
Country Fire Authority in Australia explains mapping solution's inaccuracies.
Despite reports from yesterday, Apple is not acquiring Waze.
App downloaded 10 million times in two days.
Google's mapping solution has remained top-downloaded app for five days.
Comes after Australian police issue warn about Apple Maps.
iPhone users are loving the new Google Maps application.
It's a Christmas miracle!
Maps team currently spending a week at the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
The verdict is in and Apple Maps needs a lot more work before it can really deliver the goods. Until a new and improved version comes out, consider some of these alternative mapping options.
The TomTom 800 x 480 or 854 x 480 resolutions aren't supported well on Samsung Galaxy S3 and Google's Nexus 7.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has publicly addressed the issues users are having with the new Apple Maps application that comes bundled with iOS 6.
Apple terminated its contract with Google early, believing Google Maps to be falling behind.