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Streetmap loses appeal against Google Maps dominance judgement

Anonymous South African Coward Silver badge

Had the opportunity to do some work at remote sites.

Google Maps found all of the remote sites, no problem.

HERE maps did not find all the remote sites, only a select few.

So I had to use a combination of Gmaps and HERE to find the sites in question.

Another thing I like about HERE is that it will warn you when exceeding the speed limit. So you can cruise all along until you hear the bongs, then you'd slow down. Company car, toyota Yaris, had its speedo in the center of the dash, very very irritating as I use my peripheral vision to keep tabs on my speed (speedo in front of me).

In some places speed signs was not present and the speed varied from 60km/h to 80km/h to 100km/h and sometimes back and forth between 60 and 80. Great speed trapping opportunities there. And lots of bonging from HERE maps.

Gmaps? No bonging or warning even though you are exceeding the speed limit...

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