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Google I/O, the annual conference held by Google which typically focuses on developers but the keynote on the first day is used by Google to announce and present services and/or products it is launching to the public.
However, when the ad for Google Now for the iPhone and iPad focuses on live flight updates as the time approaches and/or as you approach the airport, the illustrated ticket in the video shows a flight from Houston to Port of Spain, #Trinidad (17 seconds into the ad). Although there is no Gate C26 at the Piarco Airport in Trinidad and Tobago.
Over the weekend I’ve noticed that Google’s gmail increased its mail storage from 2.8GB to 4.4GB. Cool. Tonight, I see this post on Download Squad : Gmail gets IMAP. Switch to my Gmail tab in Mozilla Firefox, click on Settings, and yes!
(Update : 23 October 2007 : added links to hybrid versions and image of hybrid Google map of Port of Spain)
Just noticed that there are updated street maps in Google Maps for Trinidad. The street maps are more detailed in certain areas of Trinidad (sorry Tobago, no updated satellite imagery or street maps so far) and some of the streets are labelled along with several landmarks such as schools, shopping centers and police and fire stations. Neat stuff!