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The Apple acquisition rumor this week was Waze, the crowdsourced mapping and traffic app. The only problem? Waze would only slow Apple down. There is a company, however, that could help Apple almost immediately.
What a shock: Google Maps is not going to be available on Amazon's Kindle Fire. Instead, Skobbler is launching ForeverMap2 on Kindle Fire -- and Nook - to take its place.
Navigation technology startup Skobbler rolled out a new maps service today called ForeverMap 2 that aims to give Google Maps a run for its money.
As we all know, people don't like change. And chances are, if you've already upgraded to iOS 6, you're missing Google Maps. Apple's Maps app is homegrown, organic, free-range, and not fed any geographical by-products. And yet, for many it's just missing the mark. Here's a funny, new Tumblr to help you with the road rage.
Apple may be developing its upcoming Maps feature in iOS 6 with help from Skobbler, a mobile company that uses Open Street Maps to create its own map applications.
A developer with early access to iOS 6 was allegedly playing …