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How to easily find any location’s coordinates with the Google Maps’ app
Finding your latitude and longitude is surprisingly hard with Google Maps, but you can find your coordinates using this hack for the Google Maps app.
Review: Canon takes on Instagram with the PowerShot N
The PowerShot N is Canon’s answer to Instagram but can the compact camera compete against the world’s most popular photography app? Here’s our review.
Google Street View documents Fukushima’s abandoned cities
Google Street View documents more abandoned cities in Fukushima, Japan which are still suffering from the aftermath of the March, 2011 earthquake and tsunami
Google Street View & Photo Sphere reveal what it’s like to work in Google
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to work in Google then have a look at these Photo Spheres and Street View images recorded by Googlers.
Facebook finishes 2012 as number one smartphone app
Despite trailing Google Maps for most of 2012, Facebook catapulted in popularity through the final quarter to become the number one mobile app in terms of monthly unique users.
Google: No, our Street View car didn’t knock over a donkey
Nope, Google’s Street View car didn’t knock over a donkey in Botswana – and here’s the evidence, says the search company.
Google reveals our most popular 2013 New Year’s Resolution – to find love
Google is mapping our 2013 New Year Resolutions and it appears that this year what we want to find most is love.
How to track Santa online with Google & NORAD using the web, smartphone apps, & social media
Google, Bing & NORAD have launched their annual tradition of tracking Santa Claus- here’s how you can track Saint Nick online & on your phone this Chrsitmas
German watchdog says new Google Maps app breaches data protection law
Google’s recently released Google Maps app for iOS may be in breach of European data protection law, according to a German data protection firm.
Google Maps app now officially available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod
Google has officially released its Google Maps app for iOS devices. Here’s what the new app can do.
“Made for the iPad – 1,200 years ago” – the ancient Book of Kells is released for the iPad
One of Ireland’s national treasures, the 1,200 year old Book of Kells, as been digitised for the iPad for the first time. We were at the app’s launch
Native Google Maps app for iPhone to be released soon
Google is preparing its new native maps app for release on the iPhone and iPad soon reports the Wall Street Journal citing a “person with direct knowledge of the matter”.
Anyone can add 360-degree panoramas to Google Maps with Android 4.2′s new Photo Sphere feature
One of the most exciting feature announcements to come from yesterday’s Android 4.2 launch and Google’s new suite of Nexus devices is Photo Sphere, a feature that enables anyone to capture full 360-degree panoramas intuitively, which can then to added to Google Maps.
Google taking full advantage of Apple Maps debacle, Street View mobile web app arriving tomorrow
Google is taking full advantage of Apple’s recent Maps app debacle (yes, the one that gifted south Dublin a shiny new airport), and rightly so. While there’s still no announcement to be made regarding a native Google Maps app for iOS yet, its browser app is excelling ahead with the introduction of Street View tomorrow.
Hangout: Start-up accelerators & getting media coverage
Eric Strait from Tech Hustlers and Piers Scott from The Sociable discuss pitching your start-up to the media and & the best accelerators for your start-up.
That’s not an airport, it’s a farm – Irish Minister for Justice considers Apple’s iOS 6 Maps dangerous
Ireland’s Minister for Justice is not happy with Apple’s iOS6′s maps – especially since it places a non-existent airport in the middle of a residential area.