You can also explore the newVoyager feature to take interactive guided tours from partners like BBC Earth and DigitalGlobe.
There are tie-ins with the BBC's Planet Earth, NASA, Sesame Street, and more for additional content when you zoom in on certain areas as well. Additionally, there's a standard Google randomiser called "I'm feeling lucky", which works as it does on Google search.
Another new feature is a 3D button that lets you view a place from any angle.
Jump over to the official Google Earth website via the link below for more details and to view the new features.
Capitalising on greater satellite imagery, and an ever-growing network of manually mapped streets throughout the world, Google's sight-seeing tool has a new look, just in time for Earth Day. That blasts you across the globe to a random location and brings up a knowledge card so you can learn more.
While this feature is interesting in and of itself, it could also appeal to those who are looking for travel inspiration and don't have a set place in mind they'd like to visit.
This feature is going to randomly surface an image and information for 20,000 various locations now selected by the team from Google Earth. In addition, Google has integrated the learning of its AI, so if we write "Capital of Spain", Google Earth will now take us directly to Madrid.
Google Earth launched more than a decade ago, giving people a space-eye view of earth, while developers got free 3D software. When a user lands on a place, they will also be able to open up what's called a Knowledge Card to learn about the place's history, facts and see more photos. Earth VR has also expanded beyond the HTC Vive to include Oculus Rift support. Google Earth is highlighting some 20,000 lesser-known destinations - the kinds of places locals might frequent or know about, such as the Indonesian island of Bunaken, part of a national marine park. Google plans to roll out the latest version of the app this week on Android devices and says that it will be available soon on iOS and other browsers.
The people being transported were processed by border services agents and released pending resolution of the refugee claims. This brings the total number of asylum seekers caught walking across the border to 1,860 so far this year.
The successful outcome of Iran talks then made Saudi Arabia feel "marginalized", according to the United States official. But ties between Riyadh and Washington became increasingly frayed during the administration of president Barack Obama.
When facing single coverage, he attacked the basket and made Milwaukee send help. "They had everybody back", Kidd said. This was his usual, efficient, All-Star-caliber self, and he rejected the notion that he'd made some big adjustment.
The deportation goes against what Trump has said about children who come to America and spend most of their lives in the country. According to the Department of Homeland Security, his DACA status was expired and he had a prior conviction for shoplifting.
The comedian took to Twitter and said that he knows Sonu personally and that he won't hurt anyone's religious sentiments ever. Meanwhile, countering the fatwa the singer announced that he will shave his head himself today at 2 pm Indian time.
Apple Inc . has a 12-month low of $89.47 and a 12-month high of $136.27. ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) opened at 141.20 on Wednesday. Apple comprises approximately 4.7% of Feltz Wealth PLAN Inc.'s portfolio, making the stock its 4th largest position.
Once again, fans will converge at Maple Leaf Square to party with other fans and watch the game on the big screen on Monday. Each of those three scored in Game 3, but each time the Capitals built up a lead and got momentum, the Leafs rallied back.
It has been created to perform tasks, which users would otherwise do by tapping on the screen, simply via voice-commands. Yes, we don't have a radical design change here or anything like that, but it is not a particularly poor design as well.
The company reported a net profit of Rs 6608 crore, down 2.5%, as against Rs 6778 crore in the previous quarter. NALCO: Government will be selling 5% in National Aluminium Co. through offer for sale on Wednesday.
Changing the names could be an indication of China hardening its stand and claims on Arunchal Pradesh, especially Tawang. In a sharp response to Dalai Lama's visit last week, foreign ministry spokesperson Lu Kang, too, had made the point.
You should note that the earnings estimate revisions for Morgan Stanley depicted neutral stance prior to the earnings release. Depending on the earnings numbers reported, Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) stock may see increased volatility following the report.
Trump declares Georgia Democrats are 'failing'
With 18 candidates in the race, Ossoff benefitted from united Democratic support, and a reported $8.3 million fundraising haul. Democrats, however, privately maintained such a feat would be hard, given the crowded field and the history of the district.
Gunman kills 3 in Fresno; suspect wanted in other case
The suspect, 39-year-old Kori Muhammad is in Fresno Police custody Wednesday morning after a shooting rampage in Central Fresno. Fresno police chief Jerry Dyer said: 'These individuals who were chosen today did not do anything to deserve what they got.
Facebook CEO wants to augment your reality
Others sniff that they might prove out as just another colossal flop to add to the hype rubbish pile along with the likes of 3DTV. The Facebook chief executive connected the new technological platform with the social network's mission to build community.
Pakistan violates ceasefire along LoC
Dar's treatment was "unlawful and unacceptable" rights group Amnesty International said in a statement. Both India and Pakistan have accused each other of violating the 2003 ceasefire agreement.
No need for Trump's approval to use massive bomb
The US has more than 8,000 US troops in Afghanistan, training local forces and conducting counter-terrorism operations. The U.S. estimates 600 to 800 IS fighters are present in Afghanistan, mostly in Nangarhar.
White House: Trump Congratulates Erdogan After Disputed Win
Schinas said. "We neither see, hear, nor acknowledge the political reports you'll prepare", Erdogan said later at the palace. A victory for Turkey's President in a referendum on Sunday triggered a modest rally in the Turkish lira yesterday.