The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Directorate of Town Planning and Survey in Sharjah to improve tourism maps in the emirate.
The agreement was si
State carrier Oman Air has apologised for inflight maps that labelled the Gulf - the waterway separating Iran from the Arabian Peninsula - as the "Persian Gulf," in a sign of the strains between Gulf Arab countries and regional rival I
Google Maps will soon carry promotional offers from nearby businesses along with ads and allow users to browse product inventories and menus.
Alphabet's Google said on Tuesday it would introduce the new ad features on both Goo
Dubai's Road and Transport Authority (RTA) has installed 3D maps of public bus routes in 16 bus stations in the emirate, according to a report.
The public transport agency's move has been aimed at makin
An entire city is in the ocean, a farm has been labelled as an airport, highways end in the middle of nowhere and a hospital now covers the entire centre of British city Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's home.
Apple took the wraps off its own mobile mapping service and improved the search capabilities of its Siri voice assistant, taking the fight into Google's domain.
CEO Tim Cook, who took over from late co-founder Steve Jobs last August, s
Nokia has added to its device portfolio with the launch of three new affordable phones – the Nokia C2-02, Nokia C2-03 and Nokia C2-06.
“These phones all offer a Web, maps and messaging experience second to none in the market,” said Mary Mc
Bahrain's Survey and Land Registration Bureau (SLRB) and Bahrain-based International Consortium (ICON) have agreed to make official Bahrain maps available to the public.
A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the SLRB an
Nokia, the leading global mobile telecom company, has unveiled the latest device in its range focused on mapping and navigation, the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition.
The new arrival is GPS enabled and pre-loaded with Nokia Maps, making it th
People from the UAE are the most disorientated in the world when they get lost according to new research commissioned by Nokia, the leading supplier of map-enabled devices.
The findings are part of a global study, one of the largest naviga