One of the biggest announcements to come out of Google’s I/O conference was that Google Maps is getting a big redesign. If I remember correctly, there weren’t any rumors that this was happening, save for a few minor leaks moments before the conference took place. Nevertheless, the newest version of [...]Read More »
Google I/O is fast approaching (next week!), and some details of what’s gonna be at the conference are now trickling out. We now have heard that there will be… skydiving in Google Maps?
Developed in collaboration with Instrument, Map Diving is an installation that will be available for I/O attendees [...]Read More »
Some call it fragmentation; others proclaim choice. Whatever side of the fence you stand, is it clear there a lot of Android devices out there. Exactly how many, you ask? OpenSignalMaps, an app/service that helps users find the best data and WiFi signals, conducted a study tracking how many [...]Read More »
Flickr is a famous photo sharing website with quite some useful features. Until now, Flickr has been using a pretty much ‘not so detailed’ maps layout for the purpose of geo-tagging photos. (The geo-tagging feature of Flickr lets a user add information about the location of the place where the [...]Read More »
As Justin reported earlier today, in a move that is expected to bring more tension to the strings between the two smartphone giants, Apple replaced Google Maps for it’s own solution in it’s latest operating system, iOS 6. The latest iteration of iOS, iOS 6 was released amidst the first [...]Read More »