Has Google created an unintentional de facto standard with the technology that runs its new mapping tool? Bob Artner believes utility companies, school districts, marketers and politicians all stand to gain.
By ZDNet Staff
| May 18, 2005 -- 22:29 GMT (15:29 PDT)
| Topic: Google
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