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  2. MapQuest - Wikipedia

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    MapQuest (stylized as mapquest) is an American free online web mapping service. It was launched in 1996 as the first commercial web mapping service. MapQuest vies for market share with competitors such as Google Maps and Here.

  3. Comparison of web map services - Wikipedia

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    MapQuest OpenStreetMap Here WeGo Apple Maps Yandex Maps; Age of satellite imagery 1–3 years 1–3 years 1–4 years No 1–3 years 1–3 years 1–4 years Map data providers MAPIT, Tele Atlas, DigitalGlobe, MDA Federal, user contributions

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  5. Lake Powell - Wikipedia

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    Lake Powell is an artificial reservoir on the Colorado River in Utah and Arizona, United States.It is a major vacation spot visited by approximately two million people every year.

  6. Maps.me - Wikipedia

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    Maps.me (styled as MAPS.ME) is a mobile app for Android, iOS and BlackBerry that provides offline maps using OpenStreetMap data. It was formerly known as MapsWithMe.In November 2014, it was acquired by Mail.Ru Group and became part of its My.com brand.

  7. AOL Mail - Wikipedia

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    AOL Mail (stylized as Aol Mail.) is a free web-based email service provided by AOL, a division of Verizon Communications

  8. List of Houston highways - Wikipedia

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    Under construction Future. Red Bluff Freeway - planned from State Highway 146 southeast of Houston to Beltway 8.Only frontage roads have been built. SH 99 Toll - Sections A, B, C, H, and I-1 of the Grand Parkway are in various stages of the planning process.

  9. Microsoft MapPoint - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft MapPoint is a discontinued software program and service created by Microsoft that allows users to view, edit and integrate maps. The software and technology are designed to facilitate the geographical visualization and analysis of either included data or custom data.