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National Geographic partners with Google to offer over 500 maps

National Geographic releases over 500 maps to Google Maps via Google's public data program (NASDAQ:GOOG)

| Internet & Websites News | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am

Today Google announced that National Geographic will be the first of many companies to contribute its custom maps to Google Maps via the new Public Data Program for Google Maps. National Geographic will upload more than 500 historic and educational maps to the service for everyone to freely access.


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National Geographic does plan on offering high-resolution prints of each map however, and copies can be purchased by clicking on those maps once the feature has been implemented. The company says that this will generate revenue back to its non-profit efforts and will allow it to add more custom maps and interactive content as time passes.


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