Open source maps gain ground as Google paywall looms
Nestoria is one of those companies that was told it would have to start paying real money for Google Maps. When Google couldn't tell it exactly how much, Nestoria kicked Mountain View to the curb and switched to OpenStreetMap, a free, collaborative effort to map the globe. But that's only part of the story. Nestoria's "free and open" map data is actually served up by MapQuest.
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