• http://jameshalloran.net/ James R. Halloran

    I’m still not easily “won over” by any of these internal map ideas. I say this because actual interiors of buildings have tendencies to change quicker than roads and outdoor landmarks.

    If I’m looking at an interior map of a mall or an airport, for example, and see an Abercrombie & Fitch store, I’m going to expect it to be there when I visit. I don’t want to be looking at the 2012 version of a mall in 2014 only to be surprised that the store is no longer there.

  • Scott Milsom

    So Nokia is supplying maps to Yahoo, even though they are largely owned by Microsoft….OK…

  • Rusty Hill

    nope. nokia split into 2. the portion that microsoft bought is the handset division. the mapping and telecom portion is part of nokia the Finnish company

  • http://www.bloggingfromparadise.com/ Ryan Biddulph

    Interesting. If Yahoo can penetrate into more remote areas they can get the 1 up on Google, as many of the spots I travel too have little coverage on Google maps.