Talk about "ENEMY OF THE STATE" style of viewing Streets!

Google unveils satellite map feature
Source here from CNN -
Tuesday, April 5, 2005 Posted: 4:56 PM EDT (2056 GMT)
SAN FRANCISCO, California (AP) -- Online search engine leader Google Inc. has unveiled a new feature that will enable its users to zoom in on homes and businesses using satellite images, an advance that may raise privacy concerns as well as intensify the competitive pressures on its rivals.

The satellite technology, which Google began offering late Monday at , is part of the package that the Mountain View-based company acquired when it bought digital map maker Keyhole Corp. for an undisclosed amount nearly six months ago…
…Google believes most people will like the convenience of generating a satellite image with a few clicks of a computer mouse. The company envisions people using the service as a way to scout a hotel's proximity to the beach for a possible vacation or size up the neighborhood where an apartment is for rent.
Google's free satellite maps initially will be limited to North America, with images covering roughly half the United States, Hanke said.
- Searching from MID-AIR? Nah, this TECHNOLOGY (Digital Map) could have a promising future especially with SEARCH GIANT like Google. Now, in some part of the US, soon, I hope worldwide.
Visit , search your street, once found, click the Satellite(new) link on the upper right corner of the page. Some North American residents, check your street!