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Sebastian Delmont on alternatives to Google Maps.
Google's decision to start charging for its Maps API is leading some companies to mull other options. In this interview, StreetEasy's Sebastian Delmont explains why and how his team made a change.
Medical devices are remotely hacked, Google Maps get a price tag, and Linus Torvalds really doesn't like a certain language.
If you own an insulin pump, someone out there might have a hack with your name on it. Google decides to make high-volume Maps API users pony up some cash, and the creator of Linux goes after C++.
2011 threat predictions, Google's Hotpot trial, and Facebook's stuffed piggy bank.
In this edition of ePayments Week: mobile platforms and geo services appear in McAfee Labs' Threats Predictions report; Google tests near-field communications; and what will Facebook do with all that new money?