Google mapping enters the third dimension

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Google mapping enters the third dimension

Google Earth, announced on Tuesday, uses technology from the company’s Keyhole division, a satellite mapping service it bought in October. The software for the service can be downloaded free from the search giant’s Web site.

Google Earth lets people search for a location to get an aerial view, then zoom in to see 3D images of certain buildings and landscapes in select U.S. cities.

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