Apple buys a company to end maps Google Maps

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Apple acquired a start-up based in Silicon Valley in California, specializing in the development of mapping applications for smartphones. 



The company was responsible for confirming the acquisition but declined to reveal more details. The news was previously collected by the U.S. newspaper The Wall Street Journal , which hid behind a “person familiar with the matter” saying that Apple reached pay about twenty million dollars (15.3 million euros) for the new addition to the company.“Apple acquires smaller technology companies from time to time, and usually does not talk about its purpose or plans,” a spokesman for Apple in the media due to the stir. The company in question is under the name of WiFiSLAM develops technology that provides indoor track and similar services. Large companies in the world of technology as Apple and Google, are competing to offer more time and improve mapping applications for all its users.

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