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While many fear Google’s seemingly omnipresent cameras capturing them in a vulnerable moment on the street, others have faith that the company’s blurring software will protect them. This cow’s story shows that even if Google blurs your image, y...

The next time you ask Google Maps for directions, you’ll find a few more travel options: in Google’s recently-introduced tab dedicated to ride-hailing services, Lyft and Gett fares and time estimates will also be available alongside Uber, dependi...

For many years I’ve been using the Google Maps APIs on my website. It’s been fun to use and until recently the licensing has been very unrestrictive. If an API returned a response saying you’d gone over the query limit, just wait for a second o...

The offline mode in Google Maps is great , but when you add in the data the app automatically caches and cookies, it can take up a lot of space. Thankfully, OS X Daily reminds us that there’s a way to clear out that cache, it’s just tucked away...

A man in the United Kingdom who wanted to see all the sights his country has to offer didn’t let the real world hold him back when he decided to tour the land by way of virtual reality on his stationary bike. Using some handy technical know-how, th...

If you’re traveling abroad where your phone may not work, or you just don’t like using all of your data on the go, Google Maps has you covered. Two new features today will help you get around town even if you don’t have service.Read more...

Google is great when it comes to helping users harness its data to learn about our world, but a new tool geared toward children takes that dynamic to a new level by turning maps into a kind of game.  SEE ALSO: Google Earth gets a fancy new look...