Our technology analyst takes a look at a recent decision by a Fresno court that prevents use of hand-held navigation devices while driving.
The world’s most popular online mapping system returned late Wednesday with the release of the Google Maps’ iPhone app.
More than two months after Apple’s CEO apologized for errors in its Maps service, Australian police say the app is “potentially life threatening” because of the bad directions it has given to the southern city of Mildura.
Apple has reportedly fired the executive behind the ill-fated Apple Maps.
The head of Apple’s iPhone software development was asked to resign after he refused to sign a letter apologizing for the flaws of Apple’s mapping application, according to a published report.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is “extremely sorry” for the frustration that its maps application has caused and it’s doing everything it can to make it better.
The iPhone 5 is a great phone, but it’s been awhile since Apple was the only serious choice and this phone doesn’t change that.
Apple is finding this week that creating an alternative to Google Maps isn’t a walk in the park.
New York Senator Charles Schumer is raising new privacy questions as Internet giants Apple and Google announce plans to use ultra-powerful mapping technology.