Google Maps Gets Corporate

 
 
By Ben Charny  |  Posted 2006-06-12
 
 
 

Google's unveiled an updated version of Google Maps, its mapping feature.

Along with all the new bells and whistles, there's also now fee-based licensing and support for businesses that wish to add Google Earth to their Web sites, or use the mapping facet on their computer networks.

Prices begin at $10,000, according to Google.

Google suggests businesses can use the technology for viewing data in a geographic context. Real-life scenarios include mapping customer locations, tracking shipments and managing facilities.

Google didn't immediately respond to a request for additional info.

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