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Google seems to have updated it’s support page to point to the technical details behind this: it’s all about WebGL and a blacklisting-feature included in the browsers. E.g. for Chrome you can find PCI IDs (e.g. of my graphic card 8086:2a42 Intel Mobile GM45) and that it checks which mesa driver version is running from this file.


You can use a Google Maps image if you give attribution in the way they want it. Found on Permissions - Google Using Google Maps, Google Earth and Street View (...) USES ON THE WEB OR IN APPLICATIONS If you’d like to use our Content in a web-based project or application, please first review the general guidelines at the top of this page, ...


Just sharing my finding: zeemap. It is very nice. You can plot your data in csv and import them.


You can find saved places in the Android Google Maps application by touching the menu on upper left side of the map (three lines) and selecting "Your Places". It will show you the places you've saved in Google Maps.


I have not heard of Maps offering Forms like that. You could build a solution using a Google Form, and a script that edits the map when the form is submitted.


From Richard Russell, who says he "worked on Google Maps Data partnerships" Like in similar products, Google maps ETAs are based on a variety of things, depending on the data available in a particular area. These things range from official speed limits and recommended speeds, likely speeds derived from road types, historical average speed data over ...

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