One artist has spend years discovering a treasure trove of warped images in Google Earth that offers a fantastical view of our cities and roads.
Sure, you've seen maps of the Internet before. But 3D, interactive app takes Internet cartography to a new level.
One fan of digital mapping has harnessed the power of Nokia's map service to create an amazingly realistic aerial tour of the world.
Wanna know which places have been hit by meteorites the most? This heat map will tell you where not to live.
Using the ultra-portable Trekker camera, the Google Street View team takes you on a tour through a massive NFL stadium.
Updated, interactive map shows world's submarine data cables
When you can't get your Street View cars into a locked down country, the only way to map the place is to ask for help from the crowd.
Using your smartphone's GPS map functions to find your way in the real world, in real-time is a skill that some of us still haven't mastered, no matter how simply the visual information is presented. But now, thanks to augmented reality, using GPS maps can be simple process even for the cartography-challenged.
A mystery has unfolded in the South Pacific recently. An island shown on a Google Earth map of the area was nowhere to be found when scientists went looking for it as part of a geological study of the area.
After the re-election of President Obama, the media reported on a few racially charged incidents involving those opposed to his presidency. Those feelings spilled out online in the form of racist tweets, and a group devoted to data visualization aggregated those tweets and managed map their locations.