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Google Earth for Android updates with pinch to zoom, rotate, 3D topography and a fancy new way to canvas the ocean floor (catching up with last year's desktop update.

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Google Earth has been an outdoorsperson's dream, ever since they added hiking, running and biking trails (among others). The most recent update focuses on enhancing these features by adding graphs and statistics for elevation, slope and speed to athletic trails

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Google's release of an Oceans layer in the latest version of Google Earth, which we gushed about earlier this morning, includes a considerable quantity of Australian information amongst its 20 marine "content layers". Highlights include the Great Barrier Reef, which is one of the 11 main "feature oceans", (so plenty there for coral enthusiasts) and the Point Hicks Marine National Park in Victoria, which shows up in the marine protected areas section. Google Earth

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Windows/Mac/Linux: Google's 3D mapping application Google Earth has just released version 5.0, adding historical imagery, maps of the ocean's floor, and even better features for touring the world from your desktop. The demo video pretty much says it all. The historic imagery lets you go back in time to see how the location you're viewing has changed over the years. For the cubicle-based deep sea explorers, the new ocean features integrate maps of the ocean's floor along with videos from National Geographic with Google Earth. Finally, if you've ever wanted to record a custom tour, a new record feature makes it easy to create and save tours of the globe. Looking good, GOOG.

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Mac OS X only: Back in May Google released a Google Earth plug-in that integrated Google's popular 3D mapping application in your Windows web browser, and today the Google Geo Developers blog announced that the Earth plug-in is now available for Macs. The Google Earth plug-in still isn't the most widely used plug-in around, but Google did create a new Puzzler game that uses the Google Earth plug-in (Windows and Mac) if you're looking to stretch its legs. The OS X Google Earth plug-in is a free download, works with both Firefox and Safari. Google Earth Plug-in

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Prague-based virtual panorama company 360 Cities is offering its entire collection of nearly 10,000 spherical images on Google Earth. Head to the "Featured Preview" layer in the 3D tool to enable 360 Cities, then just click to scan around and gawk.