December 13, 2012

Google Maps App for iPhone Steers Right

David Pogue, New York Times


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It was one of the biggest tech headlines of the year: in September, Apple dropped its contract with Google, which had always supplied the data for the iPhone’s Maps app. For various strategic reasons, Apple preferred to write a new app, based on a new database of the world that Apple intended to assemble...

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