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Articles tagged with: Google Maps

Garmin GLO, Your Pin-Point Accurate GPS Device

Do you need your pin-point location? The GPS on your phone is not accurate enough? The Garmin has come up with a solution for that already! The Garmin tagged up with GLONASS to roll out the portable GPS device called the GLO portable GPS and GLONASS receiver. The GLO GPS is way more steadfast and can be used with any location-based applications like Google Maps or navigators…

Google Maps live traffic signals now in Europe!

Google Maps live traffic signals now in Europe! 13 privileged European countries within this week will experience the live traffic signals via Google maps through the Google maps websites as well as the Google Maps app that’s supplied on various phones.

It mainly uses the information that the traffic message channel service to several GPS units, the company mainly collects the data from various sources like the cameras, road plates and traffic lights operated by state road agencies.

Google Ready To Launch A New Travel Search Site

Rumor has it that Google is getting ready to launch a new travel service with data gained in its $700 million acquisition of ITA.

Google’s move into the airfare search game shouldn’t be too big of a surprise–the search giant made a $700 million deal to purchase flight data aggregation company ITA Software back in July 2010.

Google+, The Golden Ticket To Social Media?

In Google’s desperate effort in going social, the company has just launched a new platform called Google+. Okay, so first off- just going off the name you’ve got a well branded product, Google, and a simple “+” symbol indicating that this is something bigger than Google (the no. 1 search engine on the planet).

Going past the obvious, we learn more about the new platform, which in essence, is intended to mimic natural human interaction.

Google Street View Adds Historic Sites

This morning, Google has added many historic palaces, castles and monuments to it’s Street View option on Google Maps. Not only can you see the exterior of these landmarks, you can also explore the insides of several, including the Colosseum.

You can check this all out and go on all the fake travels you want here.