With shared or tiered data plans fast becoming the new normal, many of us will want to find ways to maximize the small pool of data we draw from. Though we typically don’t use more than 2GB monthly, there is a glass ceiling.
Google has just announced a new feature for Google Maps that will help drivers and travelers maneuver through busy streets during rush hour. Starting with the latest update to its Android and iOS apps, Google Maps will start
Waze, the crowdsourced information service which brings you information about your commute, is looking for beta testers. Though the desired results aren’t exactly known just yet, Waze is set on making their product better.
Google has recently begun rolling out a new version of Maps. This one bumps the version from 7.4 to 7.5 and it looks like it has brought Gmail integration. While Google has yet to offer a full changelog for this update, reports
Google Maps is great for exploring areas you may never get to, or scoping out those which you’ll be visiting soon. Often times, that requires public transportation. Google Street View is useful for checking out where you’re
“Outsmarting traffic jams” is every commuter’s or driver’s fantasy, but technology that offers that promise is only useful if it supports one’s local roads. Luckily, Google is now making its new
Recently, Google took Offers away from the Groupon model and simply made it a portal for savings. Rather than pay for an offer which may or may not be redeemed, Google decided to simply make Offers available like coupons: save it
Google is no stranger to the need to transforms raw data into more meaningful pieces of information. That is why it develops tools that helps ease that process, such as the new Google Maps Engine Pro that lets businesses
Google has started to silently roll out an update to its Google Maps app for Android. While it is only an incremental update with no major new features, it does introduce some changes to how the data is presented that will make
Though the move to cloud storage solutions is fast becoming the new normal, we still encounter the occasional automatic download on a mobile device. While the Downloads app has sat untouched for some time, that all could change