Bing Streetside View now lets you pan up and down streets more seamlessly to help you find specific stores and other locales.
The Bing Maps rival to Google Street View has arrived in London, where Navteq cars have started collecting street-level photos as well as location and landmark data.
HTC and Sprint separately launch audio-video streaming services, Cisco kills off the Flip video camera, and Peter Jackson will shoot "The Hobbit" in 48 frames per second to create better image quality.
Is it right to call our phones our babies, or cry when we read a bad review of our favourite games console? Or are we taking our tech too personally?
New 2.0 version released this week sports a redesigned home page, better voice search, and an auto-suggest feature to help you tweak your searches on the fly.
CNET's Josh Lowensohn chats with Bing's architect, Blaise Aguera y Arcas, about three of Bing mobile's new features, including one that helps users create immersive, 360-degree panoramas.
As part of a wave of updates, Microsoft's Bing has gotten a handful of modest features that aim to improve the look, feel, and functionality of the Web search tool.
Bing Maps now lets you see all the businesses that are inside of large malls. So far, it is available only at a handful of locations--and on computers rather than mobile devices.
A new mapping technology from Microsoft's Research team takes the idea of a panoramic street view and stitches it together into one long stream of map tiles.
Bing and Google are adding Flickr photos to their maps services, taking you into the map like never before