An American multinational corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers.

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What prior art can be cited to refute Apple's claim to have invented Interactive Map? [closed]

In U.S. Patent Application 20130339891 Apple Inc. claims "An interactive capability enables a user to dynamically adjust the content of an electronic map" as well as "Geospatial applications can be ...
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Openlayers – Empty spaces when resizing map in height (opera and safari)

The following test site is supposed to let the map extend to the maximum available space and to ensure a minimal height of 300px. This works perfectly in firefox. But in opera and safari on all apple ...
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Is there a geo-fence map of Apple's or Google's reverse geocoding?

Is there a map that shows how lat/long maps to locality/county/sublocality/subadmin and possibly covered area?
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Minimum system requirements for ArcGIS on Mac

Just looking to buy a new-ish computer for study for my PhD. I will be using ArcGIS. I know the ideally it would be best to buy all the memory and ram I can afford but I am self-funding on a low ...
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How to solve the “Undefined symbols in librouting.dylib” issue on Mac Os X?

I'm trying to create a Homebrew formula to let anybody install pgrouting on his or her mac. I've seen this question: How to fix pgRouting librouting_dd.so: undefined symbol error? I'm also following ...
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Monster Spatial database server suggestions

I'm going to setup a open Mapserver w/ Openlayers, Geojango, Postgis using Postgresql. And I need some suggestions from people that have been shopping for what I need longer than I have. What would ...
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Map source for iLife '11?

The new iLife has map functionality, what's the source of the map data used? Further pictures on engadget, which show a city-level view.