Microsoft may have sold off some of its mapping assets to Uber last week, but almost as if to show that it's still taking Bing Maps seriously, the company today announced a new preview release of Bing
Microsoft just announced that the Bing Maps app for Windows 8.1 will offer 3D imagery, just like Google Maps and Apple Maps. This previously unannounced feature, Microsoft’s corporate VP Gurdeep
Microsoft just made a key hire that could help it re-energize its online mapping services. Raj Shah, who was previously heading up Google's worldwide maps operations as the Engineering Director for Ma
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