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Google has a new amazing perk that will make Christmas and holiday window shopping insanely better for Internet users, as the company has updated its Google Maps Business View feature to include detailed imagery of certain business locations in New York and London, decorated for Christmas. Show More Summary
The set of The Colbert Report is probably already mostly dismantled, the show having ended last night. Fortunately, though, fans can still get a peek inside the show’s studio via Google Maps. The app and site now offers a 360-degree Business View inside the Colbert Nation’s lair. Show More Summary
Just in time for the end of its Comedy Central run, Google Maps is offering up a Business View 360-degree virtual tour inside the studio of The Colbert Report (previously). Other recent additions to the indoor version of Street View include the Salt Lake City, Utah Hilton and the Riad Nejma restaurant in Paris. image […]
See inside Macy's, Bloomingdale's and other holiday window displays with Google Maps
Half the fun of holiday shopping is seeing the lavish, seasonal displays in the windows of shops and department stores as you pass by. Starting today, with Google Maps Business View, you can see decked out displays in New York and London—without braving the cold weather, lugging bags around or fighting for sidewalk space with fellow shoppers. Show More Summary
Samsung's Note 4 is too big for Cardboard, though you can hold it in manually. Good thing Samsung has its own Gear VR headset. Two cheap thrills, made better by joining forces: Google Cardboard now works with Google Maps to offer virtual Street View tours. Show More Summary
Do you want to walk around and check out the world’s tallest building, but you have no desire to fly all the way to Dubai? Well now you can tour the Burj Khalifa and other landmarks like it for just $15, which is the cost of Google Cardboard from the Unofficial Cardboard store. Show More Summary
With (sadly) one more episode of The Colbert Report set to air, Google has added a tour of the show’s Manhattan studios to Google Maps. Any business can add a tour of their space using Google Maps Business View. Using the tool, the show...Show More Summary
Google Maps is a fantastically useful tool for directions, but Google Street View is invaluable for actually visualising an area to avoid getting lost. Now virtual reality is there to simulate it in a way that’s more immersive than ever before. Show More Summary
Check out the set on Street View
Cardboard, Google's virtual reality hobby that first launched as a kind of gag gift at its developers conference this year, has been making strides in the past month with new SDKs…
Google Maps for Android now supports virtual reality Street View, so long as you have a Cardboard VR viewer.
The Colbert Report airs its final show this evening. But thankfully, its studio will live on—in Google Maps' StreetView. Read more...
Here’s a Google Maps insider tip: Street View isn’t just for streets—it goes indoors, too! With Google Maps Business View, you can preview 360-degree virtual tours of restaurants, hotels, shops in more than 30 countries around the world. Show More Summary
As a secret feature tucked inside the Google Maps update for Android, Google announced that you can now use Google Cardboard to get a 3D virtual reality view of Street View in the app. To get the feature, you need to launch Street View in Google Maps, double tap the circle with the arrows in the lower right, and then pan around.
Google today provided updates to its Maps and Inbox apps for the Android platform. Inbox works better on tablets, adds compatibility with Android Wear (view messages and notifications, reply via voice), and improves suggestions while users type. Show More Summary