As global technology giants continue to fight for Nokia HERE, guest contributor Miguel Arias – COO of cloud-based mapping platform CartoDB – takes a look at the battle for location-based services.
Founded in Malmö, Sweden’s third-largest city, startup Mapillary wants to crowd-source world maps with photos from users worldwide. Sequoia invested in its seed round – but what comes next?
Mail.Ru has acquired Swiss-Belarusian startup MapsWithMe, the company behind the popular MAPS.ME mobile maps and navigation service. MAPS.ME offers apps for iOS and Android that allow users to download detailed OpenStreetMap-sources maps for any location around the world and use them even when offline. That’s not such a difficult thing to pull off, all things […]