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A First Look at Google Maps' AR Future

To test an early version of Google's AR mapping features, WSJ's David Pierce takes an augmented walk in San Francisco.Photo/Video: Emily Prapuolenis










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Maps: 'Dangerous Dogs' identified in unincorporated Harris County

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By Julian Gill
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PHOTOS: Clusters of dogs declared dangerous in unincorporated Harris County Harris County Public Health maintains a map that shows the locations of dogs that have been declared dangerous by a justice of the peace.>>> Click through to see the areas with the highest concentration of "dangerous" dogs  less
PHOTOS: Clusters of dogs declared dangerous in unincorporated Harris County 
Harris County Public Health maintains a map that shows the locations of dogs that have been declared dangerous by a justice of the.
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Stunning dataviz project maps the world's population

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Stunning dataviz project maps the world's population















At its worst, data visualisation can just be an exercise in dressing up dull statistics in fancy clobber to try to make them look more interesting, and usually failing.At its best it can be a fantastic way of communicating otherwise impenetrable facts and figures in a way that makes them instantly accessible, and this dataviz project from The Pudding is definitely in the latter category.
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WHO maps dangerous misuse of antibiotics

The World Health Organization warned Monday that antibiotics consumption is dangerously high in some countries while a shortage in others is spurring risky misuse, driving the emergence of deadly superbug infections.Discovered in the 1920s, antibiotics have saved tens of millions of lives by defeating bacterial diseases such as pneumonia, tuberculosis and meningitis.
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