Bing vs. Google vs. Yahoo: feature smackdown

We compare top features of three search engines-Bing, Google, and Yahoo--in the ultimate search engine battle royale.

Maps Search: Bing, Google, Yahoo



Bing Maps offers nothing that Live Search didn't already have. But both Bing (at the bottom) and Google Maps supply a great many controls and direction tools in the balloon window that marks the address you're seeking. Google has cool map tools such as 'Street Views', while Bing counters with amazingly crisp 'Bird's Eye View' images of many towns and cities. Yahoo breaks out direction tools in the left side of the Web page. Yahoo Maps gives you the option of viewing satellite images; however, images we saw of the Boston area seemed old compared with the satellite images offered by Bing and Google Maps.

My favourite: Goog

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