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Wolfram Alpha and Bing shake hands

Wolfram Alpha and Microsoft's Bing have reached an agreement that will allow Bing to feature some of Wolfram Alpha's specialised content.

Wolfram Alpha and Microsoft's Bing have reached an agreement that will allow Bing to feature some of Wolfram Alpha's specialised content.

After receiving criticism, Microsoft has apologised for editing a photo on the website of its Polish subsidiary to change the race of a person.

The Free Software Foundation had organised a demonstration in Boston this week to boycott Windows in order to convince businesses to opt for open-source alternatives.

For all you Opera fans, the first release candidate of Opera 10 is out, promising improved performance and a new Turbo mode.

If you are using the test version of the Live Framework expect to lose access to the service on 8 September. The framework is to become a part of the next version of Windows Live.

Also this week, Facebook announced it's getting tougher on third-party applications in an attempt to increase user privacy protection, while Google introduced a translation feature for Google Docs.

The weekly articles included tools for connecting to wireless networks in Linux, what the "overqualified" label really means, and why OutSystems' Agile Platform is a great IDE.

Finally, if you feel like writing lyrics or anything else in code, post it here.

—Posted by Lana Kovacevic.

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