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How 'Pokemon Go' Went From Prank To Phenomenon

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The origin of “Pokemon Go” is as peculiar as any of the Voltorbs or Snorlaxes that players track and capture in the surprise hit game. 955 more words

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Google recently rolled out several updates to its Maps app, including support for multiple destinations–a long-demanded feature that’s perfect for long, complicated trips. Google is celebrating, appropriately, with a “road trip” between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

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Pokémon GO : The big catch for local businesses

If you haven’t heard about Pokémon GO yet, you are living under a rock. The augmented reality gaming app has taken the world on a sprint ( read brisk zig zag walking) out and around in the open. 363 more words

Google is Giving Away Free Gas Today in California

Google recently rolled out several updates to its Maps app, including support for multiple destinations—a long-demanded feature that’s perfect for long, complicated trips. Google is celebrating, appropriately, with a “road trip” between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. 256 more words

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Pokémon Go Idea Similar to greenYgrey

Travel between the real world and the virtual world of Pokémon with Pokémon GO for iPhone and Android devices.
Travel between the real world and the virtual world of greenYgrey with ebooks for iPhone and Android devices. 109 more words

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How Google Is Trying to Make Maps More Informative

Google wants to improve the accuracy and breadth of the information on Google Maps about things like restaurants and shops.

The Internet giant announced on Thursday that it added new options for suggesting edits to business and landmark entries when people search for places via Google Search as well as for adding new locations when people use the Google Maps app on Android or iOS. 234 more words

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Google Maps is turning its over a billion users into editors

Google has begun to further tap into the power of the crowd in order to improve its Google Maps application, the company announced this morning. This is being done through the introduction of a number of features that will allow users to more easily share location details, as well as confirm edits suggested by others. 

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