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TweetBeen to the Bing Community Maps blog recently? If so you would have noticed that community evangelist, Chris Pendleton, has been quite busy lately, announcing a ton of new functionality available to users of Bing Maps – if you don’t … Continue reading
TweetBing Map apps are getting to be way cool… see below for a fun map of real-time tweets of people tweeting about iPad… enjoy! Make your own embeddable Bing Map at http://www.bing.com/maps
TweetToday at Where2.0 in San Jose, CA Blaise Aguera y Arcas, architect of Bing Maps took the stage to provide an update on Microsoft’s progress with Bing Maps. He announced the following: Bing Maps World Tour App Launch: Just about … Continue reading
TweetHere’s the deal… Soon, you will be able to embed our Twitter Maps functionality into your own web site. This means you can be cool by having a Bing Map on your web site, blog, favorite social networking site with … Continue reading
TweetThis update via our friends with the Microsoft Bing team as the service gets another huge update to the imagery archive… Last month we pushed out our largest amount of new imagery EVER in terms of square kilometers. This month, … Continue reading
TweetNew from Bing as the company has created a cool mashup that integrates Flickr photos with Streetside imagery. From the Bing maps team… We’ve just rolled out a new application that is currently in a tech preview phase that pulls … Continue reading
TweetMy contacts with the Microsoft Map Team inform me that another update of imagery has just hit the map service, now known as Bing Maps (was Virtual Earth) http://www.bing.com/maps – this latest update includes over 12 TB of data … Continue reading
TweetRecall that this week Microsoft announced the launch of an exciting new search product called Bing. The new site will begin rolling out on June 1st and will be available to the world on June 3rd at www.Bing.com. So what … Continue reading