Google Earth : voyagez dans le temps grâce à cette nouvelle fonctionnalité

C’est une évolution pour le moins ambitieuse. Google Earth, le logiciel qui permet de visualiser la Terre vue du ciel, est désormais doté d’une nouvelle fonctionnalité baptisée Timelapse. Le principe est très simple : vous pouvez visualiser en 3D l’évolution de certains territoires depuis 1984 jusqu’à nos jours. Il est donc possible à la fois d’observer […]

Read More

Google Earth Now Works in Firefox, Edge, and Opera Browsers, Safari Support Coming Later

Google has announced that Google Earth can now be accessed in browsers other than Chrome. From today, the new version of the interactive mapping app on the web fully supports Firefox, Edge, and Opera browsers.Earth launched on the web in 2017, but there wasn’t an open web standard available at the time that could support […]

Read More

Google Earth update brings you “wide views of our starry universe”

While Google Maps can bring us accurate locations of the places that we need to go to, there is another Google app that we oftentimes forget that can bring us an accurate representation of where we are in the universe. And now an update to the app will let people have a wider view of […]

Read More

Google Maps has now covered 98% of inhabited areas

Google Maps is probably one of the most-used apps on your phone, especially if you commute and travel on an almost daily basis. Google is giving us a deep-dive into the process that goes into giving us an image-heavy experience within the app. But what’s really interesting to note from this post is that they […]

Read More