Google Street View is one controversial feature, and many people have been concerned about their privacy because of it. People who are concerned about their privacy can have their homes blurred, but again, that might not be such a good idea.

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Korean police raids Google’s Korean office

On August 11, 2010, in Latest News, by Salman

In dramatic turn of events the Korean police has raided the Google’s offices in Korea so as to confiscate the street view data that Google has been collecting in order to launch the Street View there. Google has been working pretty seriously to launch the Street View in Korea and henceforth has been collecting images of streets around Korea like anything.

They have deployed fleets of cars that have their special camera which continuously captures street views which is then processed in Google’s labs in order to come up with the final set of images that we enjoy on our machines.

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We received a question from a reader, Steve, yesterday and thought it was interesting to reply to him here. The question was regarding whether we know of any use of the new Wii gadget – jOG other than just for in gameplay (we believe he meant things such as hacks and mods). Steve, though we don’t have the jOG hardware ourselves (and we don’t play our Wii much neither!). We do think Tokyo Jogging may be your answer?

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