Is Google Maps street view tracking you wherever you go? According to a report on The Epoch Times there’s a lot of people out there claiming that Google’s online mapping application has been tracking cell phones for quite some time now. But that’s not all, Google apparently has a location tracking site where everyone can […]

The Google Ebola Map Shows the Spread of the Outbreak

August 20, 2014
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I just came across the Google Ebola map, which is an interactive map that shows the spread of the Ebola virus from its original outbreak in 1976 in Zaire all the way up to the most recent outbreak beginning earlier this year, which came to the public’s attention after two infected American aid workers were […]

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Google Maps Underwater Street View Allows You to Explore the Reefs

August 14, 2014
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Google Maps is getting more useful everyday, not to mention that it’s also getting more fun. The latest advancement in Google’s online mapping application will soon allow you to explore below sea level, which is something pretty cool in my opinion, and I know for certain that it is something that most Google Maps fans […]

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MapQuest and MLB.com Present “Key to the City”

June 18, 2014

Mapquest and MLB.com have teamed up to bring baseball fans a unique, simple, but yet highly fun and informative website http://gameday.mapquest.com/, as well as an original online video series called “Key to the City” which is probably the site’s main feature or its biggest attraction. Key to the City features customized baseball content which basically […]

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MapQuest Local Partners With FourSquare

May 14, 2014

MapQuest Local was recently re-invented and re-designed to improve the quality of their service. In order to accomplish their goals and make your life easier they’ve decided to create new partnerships with some of the biggest data providers in the world such as FourSquare, GrubHub, Booker, SeatGeek, and several others. Their objective is to make […]

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Time Travel Now Available on Google Maps Street View

April 23, 2014

Traveling through time is now possible thanks to Google Maps, the search giant has just announced the release of a new feature that is now available through their popular “Street View” product that everyone loves. ABC News reported that “snapshots will now include an option to see what neighborhoods and landmarks looked like at different […]

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“Google Naps” A Google Maps Based Nap Finder

March 29, 2014
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The next time that you’re feeling a little bit tired or sleepy, and you also feel like you just want to take a nap, but you happen to be far from home at that precise moment, no need to worry, because we actually have the perfect site for you. It’s called Google Naps, and it […]

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Google Maps Urban Jungle Street View

March 20, 2014

Urban Jungle Street View is a new experimental site created by Einar Oberg using the Google Maps API. What’s really cool about this application is that it allows you to transform and explore any place as if it was an actual jungle. In order to achieve the desired effect, the creator used a powerful street […]

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Google Maps Launches River View of The Grand Canyon

March 13, 2014

Google has just launched a brand new feature which I’m sure you will all get to love and enjoy, it’s called “River View”, you could say that it is an extension of the popular “Street View” feature that everyone knows and uses on a day to day to basis, in fact, it was created using […]

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New Google Maps Gallery

February 28, 2014

Google has just released a brand new gallery of the world’s top maps that were made using the Google Maps API. The gallery highlights and also organizes the best maps ever created using the Gmaps engine, through this new site you can find and access hundreds of maps which have been made available by well […]

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Ducati Museum in Bologna Italy Now Available on Google Maps

February 19, 2014

Google is constantly adding new locations and images of the most interesting places from around the world to their widely utilized free online mapping service “Google Maps”, in order to make the world a smaller place Google publishes 360 degree high quality images of such places in order to allow us (the users) to discover […]

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Managing Your Business on MapQuest Just Got Easier

February 7, 2014

MapQuest has been helping people find the best route between two or more points for almost twenty years, they’ve provided us with advanced tools and information that very few sites and online mapping services offer, they’ve also made major improvements on the interface, and now updating or changing information on business listings just got easier. […]

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Google Maps Street View Now Available in Philippines

January 28, 2014

Today Google announced the launch of their famous street view feature in Philippines. This feature has been long available in Google Maps and Google Earth, however, big G had not released a PH version until now, even though it was already available and in full effect in several other countries such as the USA, Canada, […]

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MapQuest and Marchex Partner Up To Connect Mobile and Online Consumers Through Pay for Call Ads

January 23, 2014

Marchex is a mobile advertising company that has just announced a preferred partnership with MapQuest. Both companies will benefit from this new partnership, for example, MapQuest will have access to Marchex’s base of more than 100,000 businesses, and Marchex will use MapQuest’s reach of consumers in order to leverage their bsuiness, which is pay for […]

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MapQuest Upside-Down Mode for iOS 7

January 21, 2014

MapQuest recently came up with a really cool idea which they decided to implement as a brand new feature for their mobile navigation app for iOS 7, it’s called the “Upside-Down” mode, and what it does is basically allow users to place their phone or mobile device upside-down to help them get to where they […]

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