6.5 million sq k. imagery update to Bing Maps

Bing Maps rolled out what Microsoft is calling its “largest amount of new imagery ever in terms of square kilometers – 6.7 million square kilometers!.” There’s new aerial The Russian Federation, Australia, Mexico and most places in the US which had black and white imagery. Bird’s Eye: Sweden. Deets:If you want to find out the […]

Bing Maps rolled out what Microsoft is calling its “largest amount of new imagery ever in terms of square kilometers – 6.7 million square kilometers!.” There’s new aerial The Russian Federation, Australia, Mexico and most places in the US which had black and white imagery. Bird’s Eye: Sweden. Deets:

If you want to find out the exact regions of the updates have a look here. For an animated tour visit Bing Maps World Tour.

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