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Blogger outs back-end Google tech

A Vietnamese blogger has alerted the world to another Google product.
Cade Metz, 21 Nov 2009
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SQL Server 2008 - from semi-relational to sublime

ReviewSQL Server 2008 R2 is a step closer to reality.
Mark Whitehorn, 21 Nov 2009

Channel 4 raises Bing word-extinction alarm

Roll over Wittgenstein, Channel 4 has a bold claim to make, thanks to New Media guru Benjamin Cohen. It's trumpeted in what must be the weirdest press release we've received in years - or at least since the Blooks one.
Andrew Orlowski, 21 Nov 2009
TomTom Start

TomTom Start

ReviewTomTom's Start is essentially the satnav specialist's new low-end model. Rather than say so, though, it's not pitching the product on price but for its simplicity. It's a device designed to get you from A to B and nothing more.
Tony Smith, 21 Nov 2009

Triumph in Geneva! LHC beams up and running again

There were emotional scenes last night at the headquarters of underground international atom-smasher science alliance CERN, as joyful boffins celebrated the successful restarting of the Large Hadron Collider. The colossal machine circulated its first beam around the entire 27-km supermagnet circuit at 22:01 Swiss time, and sent the opposing beam round the other way at midnight.
Lewis Page, 21 Nov 2009

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