Google Integrates Keyhole in Maps

Apr 5, 2005 - 9:31 am 0 by
Filed Under Misc Google

If you thought Google Maps could not get any cooler, you were wrong. Google has recently added satellite images to its Google Maps. What this means is you can see real images of a specific location. For example, NYC looks pretty nice from up here - I can even find a park in NYC. As you can see, its greener near my office but its a bit blurry now. :)

Chris Sherman has an excellent write up named Google Debuts Satellite Images, which he blogged about over here.

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