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- This mashup is a fun mapping game that tests your visual knowledge of London. Try your best to correctly recognize the location represented in the images.
- On your way to an interview and lose your way? Need directions to a new, hot restaurant? The QuickFuse Google Maps mashup offers the ideal solution. This mashup utilizes the Google Maps API to...
- This map displays global pricing of marijuana. Using Google Maps and data that is pulled from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, this tool helps visualize the cost of purchasing marijuana...
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Open data platform Factual continues its expansion into the local market. The new "monetize API," as the company is calling it, helps connect developers--and their users--to coupons, table bookings and other referrals to local places. The developer, in turn, gets a cut of whatever Factual earns from the deal. The addition to the Factual Places API comes with four launch partners, including the two most popular daily deal websites.
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