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MSN Adds Local Search

From InternetNews.com -"Results show up as pins on a map provided via a Web services call to Microsoft MapPoint; when available, digital aerial images for U.S. locations will be offered."

"The combination of Web results, directory listings and maps, how we integrate the components, moves us forward in more precisely answering people's questions via search," said Erik Jorgensen, general manager MSN Local Search and MapPoint.

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