Google from enjoying the NFL in some way or another. While the Ravens are champions and Ray Lewis is going out on his own terms, Google's giving all of us fans an inside and up close look inside of some of the best NFL stadiums. Starting with a street view mode of Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts.
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Google Maps. Today Google's announced new features to help you hit the fresh powder on the mountain top.
Google is always thinking of ways to better their apps and services. Things like Google Maps Navigation, Street View, or the impressive instant Google search. Instant search and autocomplete was a huge task by Google and something we use daily. Start typing a word and it guesses it for you, saves you keystrokes, and works like a charm. What if we have instant Google street view too? Well, someone's developed exactly that.
Google Maps just keeps getting better and better each and every day. From continuous updates, new features, more street view locations and more Google isn't slowing down anytime soon. They know they have the best mobile maps system available -- but they aren't stopping at that. Today Google's showing us their "Trekker" system for Street View making the trek through the Grand Canyon.
Google? Well today you'll get the chance to do just that. Google has opened the virtual doors and is allowing the world an inside look at "where the internet lives" with a virtual tour of multiple data centers across the globe. You even can roam the halls with Street View.
Google Maps and their Street View was already pretty impressive before today, but the new update Google pushed out to Street View today was more than just bug fixes. Today on the Google Lat-Long Blog we learned that this was actually the "biggest update ever" to Google Maps and Street View. More details are available below.
Gmail, Google Play Books (not sure how you "play" books), as well as added more feature to Street View for Google Maps. One major improvement is they've brought all the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich features in Gmail to Honeycomb tablets.