- News tagged "street view"
Wednesday, 16 Dec 2015
Everybody knows what Google's Street View is, but what's Cat Street View? Hint: It's adorable, very Japanese and cats are involved.
Wednesday, 3 Sep 2014
Bungie's new franchise, Destiny, doesn't come out till next week, but thanks to Google, you can tour the game world now with Google Street View.
Tuesday, 10 Jun 2014
Soccer fans now have something to cheer about as their 2014 FIFA World Cup experience is about to get upgraded, thanks to Google Maps, Google Now, and the trusty Google Search. Details inside.
Friday, 25 Apr 2014
Google now lets you step back in time from the comfort of home, and it's all thanks to a new feature just released for Google Maps. Details within.
Thursday, 12 Dec 2013
Want to breakaway from your hectic lifestyle to venture on an escapade? Google is now bringing 10 brand new 360˚ panoramic imagery of inaccessible locations around the world to you, on Street View.
Friday, 14 Jun 2013
Google has added images from more than 1,000 locations around the world to Google Maps, from historical landmarks to sports stadiums, including several new locations in Singapore.
Tuesday, 19 Mar 2013
Google Maps Street View doesn't only include panoramic views of streets around the world, but also many interesting landmarks and sites such as the Grand Canyon. And being added to the list now are four out of the Seven Summits for those who love mountains.
Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012
With the help of the Polar Geospatial Center at the University of Minnesota and the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust, Google has added 360 degree imagery of many important spots, including the South Pole Telescope, Shackleton's hut, Scott's hut, Cape Royds Adélie Penguin Rookery and the Ceremonial South Pole.
Thursday, 22 Mar 2012
Through Street View, cost and time spent to explore places like these personally is significantly reduced. Also, Google hopes to provide access to special corners of the world which many of us are restricted to.
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011
Back in July, Google started an initiative to archive the destruction inflicted on Japan by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Now, using Google Maps' Street View, you can walk through the devastated areas yourself.