Bing maps are now 121 terabytes top
During the month of November, Microsoft made a breakthrough in what is the improvement for Bing maps, service to rival Google Maps, Nokia Here and The Unnamable . Because they announced the addition of no less than 121TB of information to the database, as it pertains to satellite images from giving a more realistic navigation.
The new information includes about 15 million square kilometers that were not, which is mainly concentrated in South America, Africa, Asia and Europe, and improvements can be seen in places like Laguna Chacaico in Argentina and the Republic of Congo , to name a few examples.
This is a new sign of maturity for a mapping platform that is available in both mobile phones and conventional web browsers , improving well and rising like an interesting third alternative products with Nokia and Google. And yes, we will miss the option of nameless in this count.
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