(The Bridge) – We are told that one out of five drivers in urban areas in the US is constantly driving in circles hunting for a parking space. As problem solvers, parking-sharing services, such as Akippa
Apple today updated its Maps app for Mac and iOS with new Flyover locations in number of cities and "Nearby" location listings in Australia, Canada, France, and Germany. Introduced in iOS 9, the Nearby
Self-driving cars require an incredible amount of information to operate safely. Tesla and Elon Musk know this well. Tesla Motors formally launched its long-awaited Autopilot feature on Wednesday, which
Chinese Internet search giant Baidu offered some updated numbers on its hugely popular mobile Maps app Tuesday, perhaps best known outside China for partnering with Uber in December last year to allow
With iOS 9, Apple revealed that its Maps service would begin to support transit directions. The service supports buses, trains, subways, and ferries and will be available in 10 cities at launch later year.
The company said it wants to revamp entities like YouTube and Chrome to be more "fun and safe for children" over the course of 2015. In February, it released its first new product: YouTube Kids, which
Google Maps Gallery brings classic cartography online. 2 Minute Read By Brian Clark Howard, National Geographic National Geographic has been producing thematic maps for decades, revealing not just physical
Car makers see potential for location-based services to become new revenue stream BERLIN—A group of German auto makers agreed to pay slightly more than €2.5 billion ($2.7 billion) for Nokia’s digital service,