Google Maps has made a few changes to its Street View feature, including a new pop-up bubble function. So, for example, if you search for "pizza restaurants near Brooklyn" on Google Maps, and click on
a search result, a bubble pops up with various links, including a link to "Street View." Users can also click on the "Street View" link to see the restaurant marked directly in Street View with a 3D
marker like the one you would find on the map, while clicking the marker displays more details about the restaurant without leaving Street View.
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