A recent update to Google Maps on Android adds the ability to insert places that the app missed during your daily travels.
Do you know where your family is? You do now with these handy apps designed to share or track locations using your phone. Peace of mind is priceless.
As Google sets the date for its annual I/O developers conference, it's also taking steps to boost VR products and self-driving cars. Meanwhile, the Android Maps app can now guess where you are going.
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More often than not we rely on our smartphone to get us places rather than a traditional paper map. In this Tech Minute, CNET.com's Lexy Savvides reveals three Google Maps tips to make navigation simple.
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The social network responds to criticism after terrorist attacks in France. Meanwhile, Google gives out free Drive storage in exchange for writing reviews on its Maps.
Navigating without an Internet connection comes to Google Maps, Google shares its machine learning engine and the TAG Heuer Connected is the best-built Android Wear watch to date.
No Internet connection is needed to get turn-by-turn directions and search on Google Maps. Also, Apple Music lands on Android, Facebook scans your phone's photos and Sony finally kills Betamax.
The search giant's map app now keeps you on track while making stops for gas, coffee, food or anything else that breaks up your journey.
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