03/07/2014, Yesterday, we did bring you word that those who are interested in paying Hawaii a visit from their computers can do so thanks to the wonders of Street View on Google Maps, and today we have news that Street View imagery will also deliver something that is different from street level buildings and happenings, literally going under the water along the way. The Catlin Seaview Survey has teamed up with […]
03/06/2014, Mahalo! Assuming you have always dreamt of that particular island vacation but never really managed to save up the right amount of money to take off, here is something that you might be interested in, a day at Hawaii. Of course, thanks to Google’s Street View capability, you never need to leave your computer in order to pay a visit to Hawaii, but then again, it would also mean not […]
12/09/2013, Google’s Street View has been around for quite some time already, and it has definitely come in handy for some folks who managed to find their way home after being kidnapped, while others have had the unfortunate experience of discovering how they are being cheated upon by their other half through an image in Street View. Still, the world is a big place, never mind that two thirds of it […]
12/02/2013, Ever wondered just how much richer we are all off thanks to Google’s Street View? In fact, it is less than a week ago when we brought you a story on how Google’s Street View would bring us to more than 65 airports and train stations, giving you a look at places that you might never step in throughout your entire life. Well, this time around, here we are with […]
11/26/2013, Google Street View recently introduced us to the canals and streets of Venice, Italy, but if you’re one of millions of Americans traveling this week to partake in Thanksgiving festivities, you’re going to need to familiarize yourself with airports and train stations you’ll be visiting. Google has got you covered as the company has announced they have launched an interactive map that features Street Views of over 65 mass transit […]
09/12/2013, Man, time sure passes by quickly when you are not keeping track of it. This week so happens to be the 178th anniversary of Darwin’s discovery of the Galapagos Islands. Google has partnered with the Directorate of the Galapagos National Park and Charles Darwin Foundation, and having said that, their partnership has borne fruit through the launch of 360-degree images from the Galapagos Islands which were collected in May using […]
09/10/2013, Google did promise to pay out up to $7 million as well as get rid of a bevy of information and data that they picked up via unsecured Wi-Fi networks through the use of their Street View cars, where among them include user passwords, emails, and other kinds of miscellaneous information. Just when the folks at Google thought that that’s that, along comes the US Court of Appeals for the […]
07/23/2013, Google’s Street View has definitely had its fair share of triumphs this year alone, where we saw the Street View team made it possible for anyone with a decent Internet connection to check out the Burj Khalifa, the Eiffel Tower, and most recently, take a tour through the entire roads of Japan. Well, this time around, the Google Street View team has taken the Street View Trekker all the way […]
07/18/2013, Google Street View – never leave home without it. We do know that the Street View team has already covered many thousands of square miles across the earth, so much so that they have also done walkabouts on two particular buildings which signify the old and modern times – the Eiffel Tower and the Burj Khalifa. Well, this time around, how about taking a trip throughout the Land of the […]
07/16/2013, I would go out on a limb here and say that some members of the Google Maps team – especially those who tend to be involved on the ground and have to do all the leg work, are very fit people. After all, they have already brought you Street View for the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, so imagine all the steps that they had to climb. This time […]
07/04/2013, Diagon Alley of Harry Potter fame now viewable on Street View level in Google Maps.
07/03/2013, Google Maps Street View now lets you explore the Monticello residence of Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States and one of its founding fathers.
06/24/2013, Google's Street View lets you explore the Burj Khalifa.
06/21/2013, Google has been asked to delete all of the illegal data snooping information that their Street View cars gathered in the past.