Camera kit from German company Streetview Technology lets you create your own Street View-style images and maps and post them to your Web site.
Google Maps should be the all-knowing geographic assistant that gets me where I need to go. But after some botched navigation on a European vacation, I now have trust issues.
The latest update to Microsoft's maps site also adds aerial images, and you can check out 3D views of some cities through a new Windows 8.1 app.
The complaint? Google's Street View cars were not recognizable enough to give people the chance to avoid being photographed, says Reuters.
The Web giant’s Street View Trekker records more than 90,000 panoramas of 100 ancient temples at this massive archaeological site.
Frustrated regulators cite Google's slow response to FCC request for information into company's data collection practices.
The Street View trekker sets sail down the country's most endangered river, taking in views of the Grand Canyon, Nankoweap Granaries, the Redwall Cavern, and much more.
In its quest to document all corners of the Earth, the mapping giant explores 30 of India's national treasures.
Having previously charted the terrain of hard-to-reach areas such as the Grand Canyon and Great Barrier Reef, Google has added another notch to its belt.
Google knows more about you than ever before, and you like it that way. How did the popular yet controversial company convince you of its trustworthiness?