In an effort to better compete with Apple and Google, Microsoft has added some new commuter-friendly functionality to its Bing Maps service, giving users real-time access to some 35,000 traffic cameras across eleven countries.
In a move to help it further build out its in-house mapping technology, Uber has acquired a part of the technology behind Microsoft's Bing Maps service. The deal also sees around 100 Bing engineers move to Uber, both companies confirmed.
Bing has brought a massive 270TB of Bird's Eye imagery data to its maps in a large scale update. Hawaii, Italy, and Norway see notable updates, and developers have added more content to their Venue Maps section.
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If the results of a recent study are to be believed, you're three times more likely to get lost using Apple Maps than Google Maps, with users in the UK particularly at risk of ending up down a blind alley.