This morning, Google kicked off its 6th annual I/O conference with over 6,000 devs at Moscone Center in San Francisco, 460 I/O Extended sites in 90 countries, and millions around the world who tuned in via Mountain View's livestream.
It's always nice to have a map to go along with your holiday snaps, and remind you just where that charming temple or prison camp was exactly.
Google Maps is now back on the iPhone, following the outcry from users when Apple launched its own, disastrous maps app in September.
Australian police are warning drivers not to use Apple Maps, after six people needed rescuing thanks to the app's dodgy directions.
Some might argue that he should have been tarred and feathered, but Apple has, reportedly, restrained itself and merely fired iOS 6 Maps chief Richard Williamson.
Google is reportedly close to finalizing an iOS version of its Maps app, aiming to release it by the end of the year.
Google is offering safety alerts and has launched a set of interactive maps tracking the progress of Hurricane Sandy as it slams into the US East Coast.
After just six months in the job, Apple's Scott Forstall has got the boot, reportedly for refusing to apologise for the company's disappointing Maps service.
Well, it seems as if there is actually something good to be said about Apple Maps - it uses a fifth as much data as Google's version.
Cook says sorry for less than stellar maps.
The reason so many iPhone users are getting lost is that Apple and Google couldn't agree on turn-by-turn directions, a new report claims.
Google is today adding its first underwater panoramic images to Google Maps, allowing users to take a virtual dive at six of the world's most dramatic coral reefs.
Apple's decision to dump Google maps with iOS 6 and go with its own solution is looking like a disaster.
Google's promising a range of new features for Google Maps and Google Earth, hoping to see off a potential threat from Apple.
One of the greatest mysteries and legends of Greek mythology is the lost island of Atlantis.
There's a pleasant pub in London's Soho called the John Snow - and right outside stands the defunct water pump which Snow shut off when he realized that its water was giving the local residents cholera.
Like having your own personal map and compass in the Twitterverse, Bird's-Eye is an iPad app designed to track tweets in a particular geographic location.
Blizzard has announced that its hard-working staff will be forced to routinely monitor, censor and delete "inappropriate" user-made Starcraft II maps.
Thoughtcrime Labs and The Institute For Disruptive Studies have launched an anonymizing proxy service to protect users from the Lidless Eye of Big Brother Google.
Samsung has launched its Galaxy S smartphone at CTIA 2010.