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Get your Google Maps 7.0 update for Android – it looks good

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10 Jul
2013
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If you haven’t got your Google Maps updated on your Android phone or tablet automatically in the past few hours, try to get hold of the new app.

This is one major update – from 6.x to 7.0 – that brings along not just an improved, cleaner interface but also new features such as re-routing to avoid heavy traffic conditions.

 
Tagged in: android, Cellphones, google, GPS/maps, Software, Tablet, android, Google Maps, navigation,  
 

Find shops in Singapore with Google’s new indoor maps

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19 Feb
2013
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The next time you can’t find a boutique or restaurant at one of Singapore’s dozens of shopping malls, take out your phone and let it guide you there.

Google has started providing indoor maps to Android phone users in Singapore this week, after first releasing the feature in the United States in 2011.

 
Tagged in: android, Cellphones, google, GPS/maps, Internet, Singapore, Software, Tablet, Google Maps, Hougang Mall, indoors, Orchard Road,  
 

Android 3.0 tablets emerge at CES 2011

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6 Jan
2011
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After weeks of “leaked” videos and pictures from gadget sites, a number of new Android tablets are making themselves seen at the ongoing CES electronics show at Las Vegas this week and bringing more choices to the tablet market this year.

Among the announcements at the annual tech fest, the most significant piece of news has been Google’s unveiling of Android 3.0, its much-awaited “built entirely for tablet” operating system more popularly known by the codename Honeycomb.

 
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