Google Maps revamped, iPhone could soon control your car
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Google Maps turned 15 years old and it's getting a revamp.
Apps for iOS and Android are updated.
Instead of three tabs, there are now five.
Explore and Commute remain.
The For You tab is gone.
The new tab additions are save, contribute, and updates.
Google says this setup will make it easier to access everything you need.
One thing that may be jarring is a new Google Maps icon.
Instead of the familiar pin on a map icon, you'll see a multicolored pn.
A future version of iOS may allow you You to control your car with your iPhone or Apple Watch.
According to 9TO5Mac, a feature called CarKey was found in a beta version of Apple's mobile OS.
It would use near field communication or NFC to act as a key for compatible cars.
That would mean with a tap of your Apple device, you could lock, unlock, or start a car.
If you needed more proof that AT&T was serious about its upcoming streaming service HBO Max, buckle in.
HBO Max and Warner Bros.
Pictures announced a new film division called Warner Max.
It will create 8 to 10 original films for HBO Max per year.
HBO Max will launch in May in the US at $15 per month.
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