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- Tennis courts and tennis services in the United States organized on an interactive map. See the type and number of courts including whether they are lighted, include a backboard, have water and...
- Togfrog is videos with maps covering a wide selection of adventure travel activities that can inspire and guide travelers going on adventures all over the world.
- CommonFloor is a real estate search engine for India that populates results on Google Maps.
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After silently listing prices in its FAQ for a few months, Google has announced plans to charge for high usage of its Google Maps API. The company is making clear policies that have been present for some time. Google Maps went enterprise in 2006 when its Premier Maps was released. Many of the largest sites using Google Maps are already paying. While some may worry about Google charging for what has been free to most developers for six years, most Google Maps sites won't be charged and those that go over will be able to pay for overages in small increments.
HERE Technologies, a provider of mapping technology and services, has announced that its XYZ platform will move into general availability. HERE XYZ is designed to provide end-to-end support for developers that are working on map publication and data management.
The Google Maps API is listed as the most popular API in the ProgrammableWeb API directory. Because of its ease of use, plus the infinite possibilities for hacking together mashups, has made it the most popular API by far, way beyond the Twitter API and Youtube API.
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