Despite the embarrassing launch of Apple Maps, the navigation app by the Cupertino-based organization has proven to be popular among iOS users.
Apple's mission to improve its maps app continued as the Cupertino-based organization purchased a navigation-software company.
Apple Inc. is hiring people for its Apple Maps division as it also asks iOS 7 beta users for help.
Apple is set to acquire another navigation service, according to a new report.
Apple has made the moves to acquire Locationary, a Toronto-based location-data company.
The Google Maps update - which is a huge improvement over the old version - is now out for iOS devices, and finally offers native iPad support. The web-based version is also now open for Google users.
Google has recently announced, at Google I/O, that they're revamping Google Maps. Google has invited people to sign up and preview their new Maps. (Update: Here's how to see it for yourself without an invite).
Google’s new 3D maps may be experiencing visual distortion issues akin to Apple Maps.
While Google Maps reinvented itself, one executive might have made an indirect joke to Apple’s navigation app.
The upcoming iOS 7 may integrate its features with cars, if latest reports prove accurate.
The criticisms about Apple Maps may have eased, but Google’s chairman still believes the Cupertino-based company should return to Google Maps.
Apple recently acquired a start-up company called WiFiSlam that aims to improve the accuracy of indoor maps, signifying the company's trajectory to providing more accurate maps for places like malls, libraries and museums.
Google has denied reports that they are blocking Windows Phone users from accessing Google Maps.
Earlier this week, we asked readers whether or not the debut of Google maps on iOS would give the iPhone 5 a competitive advantage over the Samsung Galaxy S3, and while 56.48 percent of 193 voters said no, recent data indicates that iOS 6 upgrades jumped 30 percent since the app's launch.
After the unforgettable launch of Apple's Map App, iOS users clamored for a practical, functioning navigation option.