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Google refreshes Maps, Earth with more high-res images

Google Maps and Google Earth are now offering an even more comprehensive look at major landmarks worldwide with more and better aerial images.

By September 7, 2012


Dueling Santa trackers are live

Where's Santa now? Depends whom you ask. NORAD/Bing and Google are both keeping an eye on St. Nick but can't seem to agree on his route around the world to deliver goodies to good children everywhere.

By December 24, 2012


Twitter API getting location data

Developers will soon be able to write, read geolocation data in tweets. Could this lead to a larger departure from Twitter's SMS roots?

By August 20, 2009


Geotagging in Flickr now faster, simpler

Flickr's made a new quick tagging mode for geotagging your shots. You can now do a one-off geotag on any shot without leaving the photo page.

By August 8, 2008


Best iPhone Twitter apps

Whether you're a casual user or a self-confessed tweetaholic, we've picked our five favourite iPhone Twitter apps for sweet tweeting on the go.

By November 23, 2010


Geotag your photos without wires--or fuss

Adding GPS data to digital photos isn't as hard as it once was, but it can still be a pain. We explore a recent solution.

By June 3, 2010


iPhoto to Aperture: Carryover features compared

Aperture 3 is Apple's latest photo editing and library management software aimed at professional photographers. It also builds on a handful of features found in iPhoto '09. We take a look at how the two differ.

By February 22, 2010


SF New Tech picks: Lunch-o-tron meets comment-o-meter

Live at SF New Tech Meetup: Conduit, SezWho, US4Real, GlobalMotion, and CrazyMenu

By September 5, 2007


EU greenlights TomTom deal for Tele Atlas

European Commission clears the road for Dutch maker of car-navigation devices TomTom to buy digital-map company Tele Atlas.

By May 14, 2008


Underexposed blog: Links of the day

Fluery still roots for JBoss...Edward Tufte mostly likes iPhone interface...mysteries of Linux's /proc files...multicore compression...Actually *using* mammoth telephotos.

By February 15, 2008