Among the intriguing features available in the new service is a 45-degree bird's-eye view of major U.S. cities that currently include Boston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle, which ends up representing about 25 percent of the U.S. by population according to Microsoft.
Some pretty cool features are present, such as the ability to click on a point on the map and have the system immediately calculate directions for you. You can also get step-by-step directions using bird's-eye or satellite views, and the service also includes an updated version of Location Finder to help people using a Wi-Fi-enabled PC easily determine their current location.
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