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  2. MapQuest - Wikipedia

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    MapQuest's original services were mapping (referred to as "Interactive Atlas") and driving directions (called "TripQuest"). [4] Sensing the emergent demand for spatial applications on the Internet, and with crippling network latency in Lancaster, the executive team of Barry Glick and Perry Evans moved MapQuest to the up-and-coming LoDo area of ...

  3. Yandex Maps - Wikipedia

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    Yandex Maps (Russian: Яндекс Карты, tr. Yandeks Karty) is a Russian web mapping service developed by Yandex.The service provides detailed maps of the whole world [citation needed], it provides directions and estimated times of arrival for driving, walking, cycling, kick scooter, and public transportation navigation.

  4. Apple Maps - Wikipedia

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    Google Maps was the default mapping app in iOS from the first generation iPhone in 2007. [citation needed] In late 2009, tensions between Google and Apple started when the Android version of Google Maps featured turn-by-turn navigation, a feature which the iOS version lacked. At the time, Apple argued that Google collected too much user data.

  5. Web mapping - Wikipedia

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    This mapping application became highly popular on the web, also because it allowed other people to integrate google map services into their own website. 2005: Baidu Maps is in beta. 2005: MapGuide Open Source introduced as open source by Autodesk; 2005: Google Earth, The first version of Google Earth was released building on the virtual globe ...

  6. Google Maps - Wikipedia

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    Google Maps is a web mapping platform and consumer application offered by Google.It offers satellite imagery, aerial photography, street maps, 360° interactive panoramic views of streets (Street View), real-time traffic conditions, and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bike, air (in beta) and public transportation.

  7. Yahoo! Maps - Wikipedia

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    Driving Directions: Driving directions can be displayed on a map or in printable form, with optional turn-by-turn maps, or as simple text. Links to driving directions can be e-mailed, and text directions sent to mobile phones. Multi-point driving directions: Multiple addresses can be entered and manually reordered for complex driving directions.

  8. Bing Maps - Wikipedia

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    Bing Map Apps is a collection of 1st and 3rd party applications that add additional functionality and content to Bing Maps. Examples of map apps include a parking finder, a taxi fare calculator, an app that maps out Facebook friends, and an app which lets users explore the day's newspaper front pages from around the world.

  9. U.S. Route 190 - Wikipedia

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    U.S. Route 190 US 190 highlighted in red Route information Auxiliary route of US 90 Length 875 mi (1,408 km) Existed 1926 –present Major junctions West end I-10 at Iraan, TX Major intersections I-14 at Copperas Cove, TX I-14 / I-35 at Belton, TX I-35 at Temple, TX I-45 at Huntsville, TX Future I-69 / US 59 at Livingston I-49 at Opelousas, LA I-110 at Baton Rouge, LA I-55 at Hammond, LA I-12 ...