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College Basketball 2010: 3D Tournament with Google Earth

Today was the start of March Madness College Basketball 2010, which is otherwise known as the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. One of the best ways for you to keep track of each tournament is with Google Earth’s 3D maps. The software allows you to visit each arena where a game is to be held, you can zoom and spin the image in any direction that you want.

There are 15 stadium tours to visit; you have two ways to do this, by visiting or by downloading Google Earth 5. The latter is the best way to get the full user experience. However, Google has so much more to offer.

From the link that we provided above you have a number of options available to you, these include live scores and real time search — this allows you to see just what people are searching for.

For those looking to keep a closer eye on their team during the tournament, then add iGoogle to your homepage — this is the easiest way for all the latest results.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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