Don't-Miss Mapping Stories
Facebook is reportedly very close to buying crowdsourced navigation app Waze for anywhere between $500 million and $1 billion.
A rumored overhaul of the Google Maps UI will nix the
Apple's still the king in digital music and raking in the moolah for PCs, but one trader loses big on the company.
Siri's getting its day in court, Apple's putting boots on the ground around the world, and the Biggest Little City in the World is getting its head in the cloud.
Apple has acquired mapping startup WiFiSlam, which is developing an indoor location service for smartphones, Apple said Monday.
Apple Maps is flying high (in some locations), Tim Cook gets duty in front of the jury, and Google Now may be available for iOS ... well, not now. But soon?
An update to Google Maps for iPhone adds a feature lacking from the initial release in the form of contact searching, alongside other improvements.
Apple aims for India adoption, breaks new ground down under, and gets super in the UK.
Apple won't have a little bundle of shareholder joy next week, iOS developers can now get their map data from Mountain View, and one team of cops has mission--if they choose to accept it.
iOS may have some radio features up its sleeves, Apple's pimping self-made e-book authors, and if you work in mapping and software, there are plenty of jobs in Cupertino.
Google made up for months off iPhone with 48-hour return rush.
When users install Google Maps on their iPhone, the option to share location data with Google is switched on by default. By doing this, Google violates European data protection law, according to a German data protection watchdog.
Google late Wednesday arrived in the App Store, as a fully viable alternative to Apple's Maps app.
Apple's map manager gets shown the door (accurately, we hope), Siri will soon do everything but drive your car (thankfully), and one user dreams of the Apple TV (that will never be).
Google's mobile maps product saw its market share in China decline by close to 50 percent in the third quarter due to Apple switching to its own maps product for its iOS 6 upgrade, according to a Beijing-based research firm.