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It's fascinating just how much of the developing world, and especially Africa, is controlled by outside entities.
The revolution may not be televised, but it will be Google-mapped with crowdsourced data from social media networks.
Not just an excuse to rant about how awesome libraries are.
Holy shit, Americans are assholes.
The question is who would the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies include. Would its prospective Pentagon collaboration be confined to those with boots on the ground, or would it open things up to drone pilots?
"Illegal mapping" -- with the use of "devices with ultra high sensitivity" -- is Beijing's charge against the world's largest soft drink maker.
Is this map of 50 new, equally populated states the solution for political gerrymandering?
North Korean gulags are now visible in Google Maps.
In a world full of ephemeral Google Street View hacks, a new film-based exploit called Google Street Scene seems to cut above the noise.
For the last five years, NORAD has partnered with Google to bring children the tracker, but this year the agency has switched to Microsoft.
Our weekly roundup of the ups and downs of this here Internet.
Get your post-apocalyptic necessities before the meltdown with Map of the Dead.
Ever ask Google for directions to America? Then you know that the search giant considers a small Kansas town on the border of Oklahoma to be the heart of the United States.
Just in case you didn’t think that justice had been served in the iOS 6 Maps app boondoggle, take solace in the fact that Apple is still firing people.
Has the mystery of Sandy Island really been "solved"?
Thanks to a new data visualization project by a guy at Harvard, the epic, rapid-fire turfs wars that have shaped Mexico’s narco saga just got a lot clearer.
Finally, a use for drones that doesn't involve killing your neighbor.
In 2007, a group of architecture researchers released a report called Nation Under Siege that used that data to illustrate what surging floodwaters might look like, with a 3D Google Maps layer.
I guess this is what happens when you go around pissing people off. Now that 100 million iPhone and iPad users "have updated":http://www.theverge.com/2012/9/24/3381840/iphone-5-sales-five-million/in/3081013 to the new iOS 6 operating system (an incre…
On top of the growing popularity of ebooks and the Orwellian end of the written word as we know it, Jonathan Franzen now has to deal with this. And he just lost self-proclaimed “Luddite” Thomas Pynchon "to the digital tide":http://motherboard.vice.co…
When your grandparents were young and curious and eager to see the world, they had to join the Navy. Today, you can just go to Google. Now five years old, Google Street View is an endless source of fun and adventure. Sure, there are the serendipitous…
A while back I wrote about "famous album covers as seen on Google Maps":http://motherboard.vice.com/2011/11/18/eleven-seminal-album-covers-as-seen-with-google-street-view; it gave the Internet something it craved: something nostalgic packaged in some…