Google has made another mapping-related acquisition: it has bought some assets of
Swedish Swiss (thanks guys!) online and mobile mapping firm Endoxon. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Endoxon, founded in 1988, had six business units, and Google has bought three: internet, mapping and data processing business units, all of which complement Google Earth and Google Maps technologies and services. The other three units, cartography, direct marketing and the Trinity software suite, have been hived off into a new company called Mappuls AG.