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What’s New with Google Earth 6?

Written on November 30, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Google has just announced the newest update on Google Earth. Introducing Google Earth 6! This version updates the previous version with new twist which includes Integrated Street View. That's right, this is a collaboration of both platforms into one. Hop on to the demo to see how it changes everyone's street life.

Google surprised everyone with Google Earth 6. The latest version is available today for OS X, Windows and Linux, respectively. This update includes the Integrated Street View. This means the Google Maps Street View experience is now fully integrated into Google Earth. Pegman (the little guy that represents your Street View position) is now docked along the Google Earth navigators. He launches Street View just like what he does on Google Maps.

The 3D trees are also present in this upgrade. Prior to this, Google Earth has supported 3D buildings for some time, it is just recently that Google redefined the environment. The add-ons allow those using the walking navigations to take direct paths and not walk on trees.

The presence of the Better Historical Imagery is also another stunning addition to Google Earth 6. It allows the users to look at map views of times like Warsaw in 1935, London in 1945 and Port-au-Prince Haiti before and after the January earthquake. This feature was added in Google Earth 5 but the new upgrade gives it a clearer view of places and objects.

This one is a consummate overhaul for Google Earth. You’re going to love this upgrade. If you’re still not convinced, maybe the demo video after the skip will change your mind:

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Find My iPhone App Goes Free

Written on November 23, 2010 by Charles Bass

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An application that will help anyone find the location of a lost and misplaced mobile phone was first released on MobileMe. An exclusive paid service that renders its services to iPhone users. Now, this app is FREE of charge. Happy ending, right?

Apple’s ‘Find My iPhone’ app that allows users to keep track of their iPhones whether lost or misplaced is now offered for free. Prior to this update, the app is limited to MobileMe subscribers. Now if you’re using iOS 4.2, this app is ready for anyone.

‘Find my iPhone’ allows its users to pinpoint their devices on a map in order to recover it. To date, it has been one of the most top billed MobileMe services. BlackBerry, Motorola and Windows Phone 7 each offer free apps to locate missing devices.

There are also other speculations that MobileMe will be free. That’s one of the biggest wish of iPhone users.

‘Find My iPhone app’ is now absolutely available on the App Store.

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IFC and Huffington Post Launches Location Layers with Foursquare

Written on July 09, 2010 by Adam Eve

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Start looking at your town through pink glasses with Foursquare's Location Layers. You can now walk down the nearby street and view them the way fans of IFC and Huffington Posts sees them.

The Independent Film Channel and Huffington Post launched a Foursquare layer just this morning. This new campaign aims to let users view the town the way Huffington and IFC sees it. For users of Foursquare, they can now read tips from other users who already visited locations that they are planning to opt-in. It’s as if seeing your destination the way IFC fans sees it.

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