Google Earth has several powerful hidden tools under the hood. Bogdan continues his journey through Google Earth and brings you five more awesome tips.
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When I wanted to show my wife areas in Seattle where I’d like to live, I wanted to do it on a real-time web map. UMapper is a free online mapping application that made this possible using several different mapping sites like Google, Bing and a host of other map providers. UMapper works from the cloud and […]
Google Earth has hit the 1 billion download mark., Google announced today. Quite the milestone. Launched six years ago, the free service brought satellite imagery to the desktop of any tech user who wants to find a place in the world. And it brings ego-googling to a new level! Here’s a shot of Ormond Beach, […]
Last week, the Southeast U.S. saw possibly the most devastating storm of the year for the region. States including Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee were all hit by the worst of it. As a result support has been pouring in, and Google has even updated their imagery in Google Earth to reflect the damage. If you […]
Google has been busy as usual over the last week, and released many new updates. In fact, to avoid groovyPost turning into a Google spam-fest, we’ve had to condense them into a single post. Below we’ll look at: two new services Google just launched, then changes to Gmail, search, and analytics. Google Offers, […]
Have you ever dreamed of talking to the man from Mars! It’s something I’ve always wanted to do (as a kid…) and guess what! Tonight I actually had that conversation! I talked to an alien and it was really fun(ny). You want to try it too? Want to know how life on Mars is going? […]
Google is getting ready for the Royal wedding in London, uniting Kate Middleton and Prince William. Even if the wedding is on April 29, you can be ahead of it. That’s because, after they’ve updated aerial images of London on Google Earth a little while ago, now they’re announcing that you can view the wedding […]