Google unveiled a full 3D version of Google Earth today.
The service allows users to move around, rotate, and interact with 3D images of cities. Google said it expects the service to work for a few major cities for Android and iOS in the coming weeks.
"We're trying to create magic here," said Peter Birch, product manager for Google Earth. "It creates the illusion you're flying over the city.
The service is expected to cover the location of 300 million people by the end of the year, Birch said. The ultimate goal is to get … Read more