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Google Geonews: Google Latitude Now with Check-Ins, StreetView in Museums, the Super Bowl in Google Earth, and more

 Plenty of recent Google-related geonews to share in batch mode.

From the official sources:

From other sources:

Friday Geonews: Google Maps Data API Deprecated, Nicaragua Raid Using Google Maps, Russia LULC with 12,000 L5 Scenes, and more

Here's the recent geonews in batch mode.

On the Google front:

On the FOSS4G front:

In the miscellaneous category:

In the maps category:

Google Geonews: Introducing Place Search, Google Maps Doomed in China, Map Envelopes, and more

Here's a few Google-related geonews for this week.

Google Geonews: Historical Imagery and WWII, Comet Hartley, Google Going Postal, and more

Recent Google-related geonews that weren't shared yet.

  • The official blog offers an entry named more transparency and control over location, in short: "Today we’re moving your location setting to the left-hand panel of the results page to make it easier for you to see and control your preferences."
  • The official Google LatLong blog has an entry on historical imagery: "There are history books, movies, and photographs, but they portray isolated places and events more than the connected whole. So we’ve addressed this by launching historical imagery in Google Earth in a number of new areas, including London in 1945, in coordination with archivists in these countries."
  • The last official entry is on a similar topic, Main Streets using Google SketchUp for Historic Preservation

From other sources:

Friday Geonews: Latitude for the Desktop, CityOne Launched, GALILEO needs Funding, Marine Life, and much more

A busy week for these geonews in batch mode.

On the Google front:

On the FOSS4G / opendata front:

On the Microsoft front:

On the ESRI front:

In the miscellaneous category:

In the maps category:

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