Has Google finally found a social networking winner in Google Earth?

For a technology company as ubiquitous as Google, its track record at social networking has been nothing short of embarrassing. Google+, Google Buzz, Orkut,...

Winter is Here and it’s Geotagged: Mapping Game of Thrones Season 7 Premiere Tweets

It may be summer in the northern hemisphere but finally, after seasons of Starks shouting their battle cry and sashaying away, winter has finally...

Boundless and Mapbox announce strategic partnership

Boundlessgeo and Mapbox have entered into a strategic partnership integrating Mapbox base maps within the Boundless Connect ecosystem. The partnership means that Boundless Desktop users...

Couldn’t make it to Jack Dangermond’s #EsriUC 2017 keynote? Read this.

To say that Jack Dangermond is the Steve Jobs of the geographic information systems (GIS) industry would be a bit unfair. After all, when...

Good karma you can do today: Add wheelchair-accessibility info to Google Maps

Google Maps keeps winning our love with thoughtfulness. Be it telling us when a café would be too crowded to visit, or suggesting a...

This startup has made real-time 3D mapping possible with only a handheld device

Creating a 3D model of a space for architecture, engineering and construction is a time-consuming process, to say the least. You scan the surroundings,...

Is 3D street view coming to Apple Maps?

It is no secret that Apple has been driving vehicles around the world to collect data which it says will be used to improve...

Snap Map’s ‘psychic’ Actionmojis: Creepy or cool?

When Snapchat introduced the new Snap Map last week, we couldn’t have been more excited. Snapchat has increasingly been trying to distinguish itself from...

Google Earth takes students on tours guided by Nat Geo

When Google rolled out a new version of Chrome-based Google Earth in April, one of its best selling points was a new feature called...

Fixing urban troubles with crowdsourcing

Crowds rule. Crowds have become a partner of choice for governments, cities, and organizations around the world to improve their services and solve tricky...

Compromising creativity for user friendliness in ArcGIS

The ArcGIS innovations of Story Maps and Open Data sites are becoming a popular mainstay in organizational methods to display geographic data. They utilize sleek,...

Facebook’s disaster maps will help relief agencies track victims faster

Almost a fourth of the world’s population uses Facebook. A vast majority allows the social networking platform to see where they are by giving...

iOS 11 will stop Uber from constantly tracking your location

Earlier this week, Tim Cook and his team unveiled an array of new and updated hardware and software at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference...

Google Maps recent update integrates Street View for turns

Many a times when we navigate with Google maps to an alien city which is added with a compromising GPS accuracy, we are confused...

What Google unleashed in Google I/O 2017 that every Geogeek should know

Google is now almost omnipresent. It is lot more than a search engine and has always updated itself, to serve what is required by the...

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