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Google Body Browser gives a detailed ‘look’ at the human body

Google Labs has launched a body browsing Web page, allowing anyone to look up an organ and find it in the human body. Sadly, it's a bit limited.
Apple

iTunes has 66 pct of digital music market, Amazon 13 pct

At nearly 10 years old, iTunes still holds Google-like dominance over the digital music market. Amazon, despite its best efforts, is hardly making a dent.
Android Army

Bing and Blekko integrate Facebook ‘Likes’ and mobile check-ins

Microsoft has rolled out a number of updates to its Bing search engine and mobile apps. Most notably, the Google competitor will now integrate Facebook 'Likes' into search results.
Computing

IBM lists five tech innovations coming in the next five years

Every year IBM predicts five new technologies that will change things in the next five years. This year, 3D holograms, GPS, and batteries dominate the list.
Computing

Twitter raises $200 million, now valued at $3.7 billion

Twitter's fundraising success suggests the micro-blogging site is off the market (for now).
Computing

Yahoo plans to prune Delicious, Buzz, AltaVista and more

Yahoo has confirmed that it plans to make some major lineup changes in the near future, including eliminating Delicious, Buzz, AltaVista and other properties.
Computing

Illegal music downloads peak in the UK

The UK's issue with music piracy has hit a record high in 2010, and there is concern it's hurting the industry.
Apple

Rumors suggest new iMac and MacBook Pro in 2011

After a year focused on tablets and smartphones, Apple is supposedly bringing us some upgraded desktops and notebooks for 2011.
Computing

MySpace re-signs with Google for search and ads

MySpace and Google have entered into a multi-year renewal of their search and advertising deal.
Apple

Nokia amps up patent battle with Apple

Nokia has expanded its patent fight with Apple, opening new infringement cases in Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.
Apple

Apple finally announces the Mac Store for January 6

The Mac App Store will officially launch internationally on January 6, sticking with Apple's originally announced timeline.
Computing

Opera 11 adds extensions and tab-stacking

Opera 11 for Windows, Mac, and Linux adds stackable browser tabs, browser extensions, mouse gestures, and clearer security information in the address bar.