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Google Earth boasts, as of right now, its very own website, featuring "lots of great content including images, videos, tours, maps and tutorials". Google Earth's new website The one-stop Earth shop does indeed contain a raft of tutorials, info on the mobile version (for Nexus One, Droid, etc, iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad), and …

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Google Earth download comes bundled with Google Chrome browser

Whether you want it or not...

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Probably not for Linux, though..

Hee hee haa haaa haaaa ha ha he he

(I wonder if they have made the latest version for Ubuntu *work* yet? Doesn't matter, really, I guess)

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Erm

It's not only for Nexus One and Droid, it's for all Android phones.

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Can Deselect Chrome

My Google Earth doesn't detect an update, but CNET's Tech Tracker told me there is one. I saw that the download from the official site bundles Chrome, but I was able to deselect it. You are not forced into it. There are two options selected : Bundle Chrome and Make Chrome Default. Just uncheck the boxes and you won't have to worry about it.

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have I missed something...

seriously, this made it onto the front page of the register? A new website named a screenshot and the link? More like a tweet...

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Re: have I missed something...

If you can see any more to this website, give me a shout. Actually, don't bother.

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