But if you consider what I think is actually happens[In all probability] you will appreciate why.
When you actuate Google Earth and put in a location- a huge server someplace simply looks up a file reference and produces a set of still photos for you to play with.
The same with the 'G' Maps- but a different server using different criterea
Both are in a constant mode of update and change but each to a different set of data.
For example - My Home address in Google Earth will reveal my home as it looked about 5 years ago.
Go to street map- and that wretched car had cruised up my road - but I did not see it- very sneaky- and the photos show how the street looked at a certain day late last year.
Should it come this way again my front garden and car have changed yet again.
So I would think it would be unlikely any map location naming, Street map to coincide exactly at any one time
What I am trying to is - it is not a 'Live' operation