Most people think of street views as a convenience, but the objections to Google Earth street view incidents continues, and a new area of concern has hit the news. How much privacy are we willing to give up for convenience?
There are well over 50 things you can’t see on google maps, but we have created the top ten best items out there that are not visible on this Google application.
Google Maps is a free tool which allows you to view maps of any place in the world on the internet. It also allows you to search for places, get directions and create your own maps.
Wondering what the Google Street View camera vehicles, which capture 360 degree images from the ground, look like? We have that answer here along with information on how the technology progressed and the vehicles changed over time.
Google Maps is a free web-based mapping service that helps users view satellite maps for free. It is very easy to copy maps from Google maps. All you need is an image editing program, preferably Microsoft Paint, and the Print Screen button of your keyboard.
Most users read Google Books in full view online, but they don’t know how to download PDF files from Google Books. Here is a step-by-step guide to download copyright-free, public domain books from Google in PDF format.
Google Maps is a web mapping service application that can be easily integrated into a website or blog. It is quite useful for locating an exact place and route planning. Many business websites find integrating Google Maps into their website provides a benefit for their customers.
If you’re already using Google Earth and planning on upgrading to the latest version to take advantage of Street View or another new feature, you’ll need to uninstall your old version first. Unfortunately, this might be harder than it might at first seem…
Google Earth is an incredibly powerful tool - as well as zooming in and out, viewing locations under oceans and Street View, you can even view artificial satellites in orbit around the earth!
The excluded images on Google Earth are quite obviously blurred out when you try and zoom in on them. Here, we’ll delve into where you’ll find many of them, why they are purposefully made blurry, and why this fuzzy view of our world is so interesting to us.