It’s a day late, but the new episode of the africast is here.
The new Google Earth offers a whole new experience in map exploration, right from your desk.
How much has your city or town transformed in 30 years? Let Google Earth’s Timelapse show you.
The newest aerial photos of Nkandla were taken with the Landsat 8 satellite on 26 February, but only integrated with Google Earth and Maps yesterday.
Warning: Productivity may go out the window once you get started on Mars Trek.
The three tech giants are lending a helping hand with donations and tools to help victims and families stay in contact.
Zoom around the globe with free version of Google Earth.
Kickstarter project Bellingcat uses public pictures to locate Islamic State fighters and the site of an atrocity.
Google bought satellite imaging company Skybox for $500 million
Using the cloud to track clouds.
Google uses its power for good by letting the whole world see how trees are dying for no good.
Interactive 3D viewer gives one convenient view to see all of Earth’s climate, pollution, radioactive, and other problems.
Tired of looking at satellite views of your home town? Well, try turning it into a military base and launching nuclear weapons.
Prepare to be depressed, thanks to Google and NASA.
Next time you think Google Earth is just for finding pizza spots, remember that a lot of maths is involved.
What if what you were looking at is not exactly what you think it is? Don’t worry – you won’t have to choose between a red or blue pill with this week’s Map Monday.
An animated view of cities of the past, using the magic of Google Earth and some 3D models.
How can it still be called a rain forest if there are no clouds, Google?