Opinion | Google Maps is easing travel but ruining the journey4 min read 19 Feb 2020, 11:41 PM IST
Digital maps are now more than just navigational tools to us but the instructions they spew spoil our singalongs
Here’s a simple solution to stop nations battling over border disputes: Accept Google Maps, the world’s most-commonly used navigation tool that began life as a C++ desktop program in 2003 at a Sydney-based startup, Where 2 Technologies, as the final arbitrator of national boundaries. In fact, the platform, which has so far mapped more than 220 countries with information on 200 million places and businesses, is already doing its bit.
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