Transit routing features are headed to GNOME Maps, the open-source desktop map app for Linux. GNOME developer Marcus Lundblad detailed the upcoming changes, which will include the ability to reverse routes, in a blog post. […]
The latest bug fix update to Google Earth desktop app finally allows Linux users to see Panoramio photos without pesky workarounds, and adds a new app icon.
The desktop GNOME Maps app hit a dead-end earlier this month after the free service it used to display maps changed it usage policy.
If you were set to plan your weekend activities using the GNOME Maps application, you'll need to change course.
GNOME Maps 3.20 will allow users to add and edit OpenStreetMap data for points of interest, such as businesses, restaurants and cafes.
GNOME Maps is now sporting some near integration with Foursquare, the popular location-based recommendation service and social network.
Ubuntu developers will shortly be able to take advantage of accurate location positioning data in apps built for Ubuntu for devices.
There are a number of applications that I see as being 'key' to a mobile OS - and some sort of Maps app is one of them.
GNOME 3.10, the latest version of the popular free and open-source desktop environment, was released earlier today bringing with it new features, apps, bug-fixes and interface enhancements.
Information is so much easier to digest - and so much more impressive to look at - when you can see it presented graphically. Like these map of Ubuntu servers in use around the world.
Emerillon (pronounced 'Ey-may-ree-yon', fact fans) desktop map viewer for GNOME is an incredibly nifty tool to have around. Whether you're planning a journey, need to check cycle routes in your area or just fancy a nose around, Emerillon can do it all.