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.
The local search site lets you navigate through cities with businesses paying to show tours of the insides of the buildings.
Fly around the Prado museum, and see what's inside it. New layer on Google Earth offers gigapixel photos of artwork, along with detailed exterior views of the museum.
At Web 2.0 Summit Launch Pad, where Web 2.0 execs pitch their companies as fast as they can, Web sites take on lofty goals.
We kick off National Novel Writer’s Month with campaign founder Chris Baty. Also, here's a novel way to peek inside buildings by using EveryScape.
According to group tracking the numbers, there was $184 million in funding for virtual worlds and mirror worlds in Q1.
Want to see the inside of that hotel or apartment you're thinking about staying at? Check out GoSee4Me, which turns people into digital gophers for your photographic needs.
Learn how to write a novel in a month and what Dual Core means.
A new street-level mapping system will offer better imagery than Google Street View. Using laser range-finding and still photography, Earthmine will offer not only sharp and perspective-correct visuals, but also will collect 3D data