Google's bringing a number of changes to its Earth service courtesy of version 6.2, including Google+ integration and improvements to search. Most notable here, however, is a new method of rendering that stitches aerial photos together in a manner less patchy than before, making for "the most beautiful Google Earth yet," according to the company. The new version is available now for download -- more info in the source link below.
Google upgrades Earth with better rendering, teaches it to sing in perfect harmony
Brian Heater|January 27, 2012 1:14 PM
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