Residents of Greece, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, and Slovenia now can make their own contributions to Google Maps and Google Earth.
The music service is extending its global reach, with 55 markets in total.
The two phones will spread beyond the 11 countries and regions where they're currently available to the likes of Italy, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, and many more.
The celebrated entrepreneur is trying to make the world more human one place at a time.
Users in Japan, Italy, Austria, and more can now automatically sync movies they purchased from iTunes to their iPhones, iPads, and other eligible devices.
The streaming-music site is now officially available in Mexico, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Iceland.
The Ground Truth project, a subset of Google Maps, has now mapped 40 countries.
Music streaming service announces international expansion on the same day as a report that Spotify is getting ready to make a global push.
Because of a German company's alleged ownership of the word "memory" in game titles, Apple is telling developers of certain iOS games to change their apps' names or risk having them removed, says a report.
Apple's blockbuster product will expand to another nine countries the following week.