In a later release of the product expected to come out before the end of September, Microsoft also will add a "bird's eye" view of locations that lets users view aerial images not only from directly above but also from an angle, so they not only see the tops of buildings but also view them from the side, said Mark Law, lead product manager for Virtual Earth. Google Maps does not have that capability today.
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