Hell, if you haven’t had your fill of gallivanting across virtual streets by now, you probably never will. So go ahead, fill your boots, now there’s another way to do it and one that doesn’t involve either Larry or Sergei. Because if you can’t beat them at mobile phone OSes you can hit them where it really hurts, 3D viewing modes in map software.
Espoo (not as cool as Cupertino or Redmond, but we’re trying it out just the same, go with it) is coming out swinging with an update to Ovi Maps that uses Navteq maps and high resolution photos to give you a bird’s eye view of any place you care to type into a search box. And while viewing this on a PC is nice and all, the real trip will probably start once it makes its way to a Nokia Windows Phone 7 device.Filed Under: Technology News