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Published in : 2019-02-12 | by Wall Street Journal
Navigation apps are learning to use your camera to locate you far better than GPS ever could—and give you better directions to wherever you're headed. To test ...
Published in : 2013-06-25 | by Wall Street Journal
Google recently sent a team to photograph the tallest buidling in the world, Dubai's Burj Khalifa Tower, for its Street View Special Collections....
Published in : 2012-06-06 | by Wall Street Journal
t's Apple versus Google in a battle of the maps as Apple is expected to unveil its new map app. WSJ's Jessica Vascellaro has the details. Subscribe to WSJ Live ...
Published in : 2014-05-23 | by Wall Street Journal
When Singapore resident Aram Pan visited North Korea in May, he asked his four minders if they'd drive him around the capital with a GoPro video camera ...
Published in : 2016-04-27 | by Wall Street Journal
Flip phones and candy-bar phones have a niche with people seeking simplicity, low prices and a way to just unplug. Geoffrey A. Fowler tries out some of the top ...
Published in : 2017-01-12 | by Wall Street Journal
T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T have brought back unlimited data plans. AT&T and Verizon now let you avoid overage charges on regular plans. WSJ's Joanna Stern ...
Published in : 2014-04-23 | by Wall Street Journal
Google Maps is launching a new feature that lets users go back in time in Street View. WSJ reporter Nathan Olivarez-Giles has a preview. Subscribe to the WSJ ...
Published in : 2014-05-14 | by Wall Street Journal
Google's foot-powered Trekker debuted in Hong Kong this month, leaving the Street View car behind, to go off-road to map the island's trails. The WSJ's Tobias ...
Published in : 2012-10-01 | by Wall Street Journal
Apple Maps driving you crazy? Here are three other navigation apps worth checking out. AllThingsD's Lauren Goode reports. Don't miss a WSJ video, subscribe ...
Published in : 2018-04-17 | by Wall Street Journal
Remember flip phones and candybars? Well, they're coming back. WSJ's David Pierce explains how a few upgrades are giving formerly dumb phones ...