How o Track a Phone

Google offers users the opportunity immediately to protect the own nexus Smartphone with a send map or your own design.

The users in the "places live case" can even decide which section of the map of the world he would like to have perpetuated on the back of the Smartphone protective case. Various designs are available and whether it should rather be Manhattan, across North America, or just the hometown, can the user freely be chosen.

At least American users, for outside Google's home country is the ordering date not yet available. Although the complete description has already been translated in German, but still nothing is unlocked. Such a case in the United States costs US$ 35, with a small button the maps app can be opened on your Smartphone for example via NFC directly.

If you want, can upload also an own photo instead of Google maps design, edit this and then protect the own nexus to scratches. What this then might look like, shows below embedded YouTube video, I'm really done themselves but only by the card solution.

Imagine that you want to download a small piece of the map of Google Maps and at the end you end up downloading everything? Although many people do not realize, this service takes too much space in our smartphones. So we here give you the reference data of how much weighs each block on the device.
According to Google Earth Blog, the size of the 3D images that give shape and color to the land covers an area of approximately 524.000 square kilometers, and each square kilometer weighs as minimum 2 GB. This gives us a total of 1024 TB for 3D images.

It occupies not only GB on your smartphone, but that you can even have to worry about reaching TB.

Then are satellite images, covering half of the ground floor with good quality, with the exception of Antarctica. That gives us an area of 63.638.000 square kilometers. Good quality satellite pictures measure about 0.3 GB per 100 square kilometers, resulting in a score of 186 TB.

If you only want the aerial images from Google Maps, download it all ends of 179 TB while the historic and exclusive images occupy a total of 1618 TB. In conclusion, the data are thus:

All this adds 3017 terabytes, about 3 petabytes. Taking into account that a 1 TB hard drive costs about $60, we would need more than to download all of Google Earth.