Many people turn to Google for answers, and now two New York City Council members say the technology giant has the answer to making city streets safer.
With April Fool’s Day around the corner, Google Maps provided a new diversion for Internet browsers – treating them to a game of Pac-Man using the image of their very own neighborhoods.
With a little bit of planning, a trip to Europe can be surprisingly affordable.
Some Brooklyn residents were not amused this week, after a block in Bensonhurst appeared on Google Maps as the “West 8th Street drug section.”
Google’s street views are great for everything that stays the same, but on Staten Island, some homes have been destroyed.
The Gothamist blog has been crying foul lately, after a trendy new Brooklyn neighborhood name found its way onto Google Maps.
What if you could see what’s happening and what’s happened, on any block in the city? That’s what MyBlockNYC.com is trying to make that happen.