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Google offers satellite image maps
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/06/2005 08:13:00 AM.

Google Inc, who leads the Web search market, has now added to its plethora of services a new feature, satellite imagery, which allows users to view close-ups of residences and offices in different areas.
Located high at the right-hand corner of the Google Maps page, the link Satellite converts a symbol map into an aerial photograph of a location. Google acquired the function when it bought over digital mapmaking company Keyhole Corp a few months ago.
Previously, users had to shell out about US$ 29.95 to access Keyholes hi-tech mapping software, which Google has now made available for no cost. So far, maps of only certain parts of the United States and Canada are available and work is on to add more areas to the list.

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