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Google Timelapse lets you see how places on Earth has changed in 32 years.
Google announced a new version of Google Earth bringing higher quality imagery.
Google Earth Time-lapse is an impressive tour through the recent history of our planet. Using composites of annual Landsat images, from 1984-2012, you can see
Google Earth now supports Leap Motion and soon you’ll soar around NYC, San Francisco, Paris, the Grand Canyon and more. Check out the video…
Google Earth reveals more strange patterns in the Chinese desert, but this time the researcher who found them thinks she knows what they are.
Google explains how new imagery rendering 3D techniques works: Since 2006, we’ve had textured 3D buildings in Google Earth, and we’re excited to announce that
To celebrate its 1 billionth download, Google Earth tapped JESS3 to create an informative graphic which highlights the ease and speed with which Google Earth
Google unveils an impressive 3-decade timelapse of the Earth…