Eskom CEO Andre De Ruyter has come out to clarify what appears to be a case where he was allegedly quoted out of context….
When Apple announced that iOS6 would come with a built-in maps app featuring turn-by-turn navigation there were a couple of different responses.
The hardcore phandroids smugly reminded everyone that Google maps has had the feature for a while now. Others lamented the fate of navigation apps that had clearly just been screwed over. One of the first apps that sprung to mind in the latter category was Waze, the community-driven navigation and traffic app.
As it turns out though, Waze wasn’t completely willing to bend over the Cupertio-based tech giant. Far from it. Waze is actually one of the companies being used to source data for iOS 6 maps, along with companies such as Getchee, Localeze, Urban Mapping, DMTI, MapData Sciences and, of course, TomTom.
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