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Google Streetview for Stores

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According to techy tipsters, Google is on the cusp of taking its street-view maps into stores across the country. A New York nut store owner claims that a cameraperson identifying themselves as a Google employee came in to film the shop, photographing 360 degrees every six feet. A Google spokesperson neither confirmed nor denied inquiries into the project. [Mashable]