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Destiny Planet View has been created in collaboration with Bungie and Google Maps. Check out the worlds and maps in the video game in great detail.
Google’s list of acquisitions extends to lengthy measures intervals, but their latest purchase happens to be a very interesting and exciting one.
The newest Gmail feature is simple, yet amazingly effective – an unsubscribe link has been added right next to the email sender information.
Google does love to surprise us with fun Easter eggs, this time out we head to the Moon, and Mars too via Maps. There is some great imagery here, but Street View and Directions do not work, yet.
If you have confirmation of your hotel booking in your Gmail, Google Search will now help you discover stuff in the area. Open Google Now and try out “directions to my hotel” or “restaurants near my hotel.”
Google is taking Maps exploration to a new level with a new contextually aware Explore button that provides info based on your location, time of day, the weather and more.
Google is continuing to build up the feature set of its Maps Android app, with the latest update bringing elevation information for cycling routes, voice commands in navigation mode, and other smaller changes.
Google Maps and Google Keep are now pushing out updates that add support for Android Wear, alongside some expected bug fixes.
According to a New York Times article, the US government is interested in passing regulation that could let it make changes to navigation apps it deems dangerous.