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Senators Push Apple, Google To Nix DUI Apps -- But Does It Matter?

In March, we told you that four U.S. Senators had pushed Apple, Google, and Research In Motion (creators of the Blackberry) to remove apps that revealed the location of DUI checkpoints. At the time, RIM was the only provider that agreed to do so, but now Apple and Google have indicated that they... read more

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Switzerland Serves Google Street View Its Biggest Smackdown To Date

Here in America, we think Google Street View is great -- all unicorns and double-rainbows -- but elsewhere in the world, folks have been significantly less enthralled... read more April 5, 2011 by


 
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Parking In Motion Tries Its Hand At Building A Useful Parking App

If we were app developers, the next-to-last frontier we'd want to conquer -- right after organ donation -- would be parking. By their very nature, cars are constantly in... read more April 4, 2011 by


 
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In-App-ropriate? DUI Checkpoint Apps Get The Red Light

With more than 10,000 Americans dying every year in DUI-related car accidents, you might think it poor taste that you can download DUI checkpoint warning applications for... read more March 24, 2011 by


 
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Mon Dieu! France Fines Google $142,000 For Street View Privacy Violations

There's no denying that Google Maps is the king of online mapping services. It may have been slightly late to the party, but thanks to social features like sharable maps and... read more March 22, 2011 by


 
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Planning A Summer Vacation? Google Updates Street View To Help

During the recent recession, a new type of vacation was born: the relaxing but slightly saddening "staycation". Thankfully, many of the world's economies have begun to... read more March 15, 2011 by


 
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Google Shows Us Why We All Need Robot Cars

We're pretty familiar with autonomous cars around here, and we've even been treated to a ride in one of Stanford's robots at their automotive innovation lab, which they... read more March 7, 2011 by


 
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Driverless 'Road Trains' One Step Closer To Reality

Reading the paper. Holding a video conference call. Snapping photographs. Eating a McDonalds. All things that are probably best avoided whilst driving on the freeway... read more January 24, 2011 by


 
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Google Updates Android Car Home Application

Google’s mobile OS, Android, has been lacking in the automotive applications department. Now Google is trying to claw away its share of the automotive mobile... read more October 15, 2010 by


 
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Google’s Driverless Car: How Could It Work?

With Google’s recent announcement of logging 140,000 miles in a driverless car cruising southern California, many are wondering just how an autonomous vehicle actually... read more October 13, 2010 by


 
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Video: Scoble Catches Google Driverless Car In Action

If you haven't heard about Google's secret driverless car program by now, you must have taken quite a nap. The Internet giant has been out on the roads with cars that can... read more October 11, 2010 by


 
2011 Audi A8

Audi Brings Google to the 2011 A8

When the 2011 Audi A8 hits showrooms next year, it's bringing everyone's favorite SEO slavedriver to the party: Google. Audi says it's integrating various Google services... read more December 16, 2009 by


 
 

 
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