Grab a coffee and dig into Motherboard's roundup of headlines from the week past.
Since the early 1900s, road maps have been designed to advance capitalism, influencing where and how people travel.
You can now download the map of your area for offline access.
A new lawsuit alleges that Waze was caught red-handed used fake mapping data designed purely to find data thieves.
Yelp and Foursquare may have one less thing to worry about.
Google Map Maker is reopening with more rules after user pranks last year
But only if you agreed to tell.
They're more than just a backup for when your smartphone dies.
It's like a juice cleanse for your phone.
The algorithmic way to find the nearest exit.