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  1. Microsoft Live Search is Now Bing

    Microsoft's mapping platform, Virtual Earth, will now be branded as Bing Maps for Enterprise. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer today drew back the curtain on the new incarnation of Live Search: Bing. Speaking at the D7 Conference in San Diego, Ballmer...

  2. MSN Virtual Earth vs Google Earth APIs

    MSN Virtual Earth entered the space in 2005 and has slowly developed its API. The battle of APIs between Google and Microsoft continues with the two companies' mapping software - the similarly named earth products seem to be the most popular of the...

  3. Microsoft Search News Out of IE 8 and MIX09

    Virtual Earth Silverlight Control - Made available to developers today, Silverlight is now letting Virtual Earth developers have access to new features like "deep zoom" navigation, which improves the mapping experience.

  4. Google Earth Maps Walt Disney World Resort in 3D

    Whether their choice is Google Earth or Microsoft Virtual Earth, the big winners are consumers doing research on the Internet. Visitors begin their virtual tour of Disney World with a stratospheric view of the globe, a starting point familiar to...

  5. Highlights from the SEW Blog: April 14-18, 2008

    Linking Issues Includes Street ViewLess than a week after Microsoft released updates to Live Maps and Virtual Earth 3D, Google announces updates to its Google Earth product. Microsoft Acquires Travel Search Site FarecastMicrosoft has reportedly...

  6. Search Headlines & Links: April 11, 2008

    Microsoft Updates Live Maps and Virtual Earth 3DMicrosoft has announced 11 major updates to their Live Maps and Virtual Earth 3D. Want a snapshot of the day's search marketing news? Here we've collected today's top news stories posted to the Search...

  7. Highlights from the SEW Blog: March 17-21, 2008

    Online Marketers: Stop Funding Virtual Blight, Search Engine Land Totally Plugged In @ SES New York: 13 Undeniable SymptomsSearch marketing conference attendees seem to be the most plugged-in-public group of techno-comrades on earth.