04 Aug 2016
New York: Technology giant Google has released a new application specially designed for children to let them explore the Himalayas using maps, 3D imagery and gameplay, a media report said.
25 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Google is all set to introduce Wi-Fi only mode for its Maps app. The new notifications for mass transit delays, apart from new toggle, might be available. The Maps v9.32 is required to be installed for the use of the feature.
05 Jul 2016
New Delhi: If you are planning a road trip soon, update Google Maps on your smartphone now. With the latest update on Google Maps on Android (coming soon to iOS), you can now plan road trip with multi-stop directions.
19 Aug 2016
Washington: Stanford scientists have found a low-cost and more reliable method to map poverty in areas previously void of data - by combining satellite images and making use of machine learning.
22 Jun 2013
Search engine Google on Friday launched a map application that provides information on areas impacted by floods, relief centers and roads closed in rain-ravaged Uttarakhand.
15 Mar 2016
New York: Social networking giant Facebook is using its artificial intelligence (AI) technology and resources to map the entire Earth and launch the world's most detailed population maps that will help it beam cheap internet to remote areas.
12 Aug 2016
Moscow: Russia's anti-monopoly watchdog said on Thursday it has fined technology giant Google 438 million rubles ($6.7 million) for violating competition law.
28 Jul 2016
Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Wednesday thanked Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar after getting the first consignment of state’s map from the neighbouring state.
15 Jan 2016
New Delhi: Days after the terror strike at Pathankot airbase, Google's online maps showing Indian defence installations, nuclear power plants and other 'sensitive' locations today came under the scanner of Delhi High Court which asked the Centre to look into it and keep it informed on the issue.
06 May 2016
New Delhi: Wrong depiction of the map of India could land the violators in jail with a maximum term of seven years and fine upto Rs 100 crore.