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Some of the world's highest peaks are the latest additions to Google Maps.
The next version of SQL Server, like the next version of Windows, will support 256 processors. Microsoft is also adding some features to Windows Server 2008 R2, which is due out alongside Windows 7.
Nearing the 150th anniversary of the iconic cemetery, Google Maps straps on its Trekker backpack to photograph the graveyard's sweeping views and hundreds of thousands of tombstones.
As Firefox 16 enters Mozilla's pre-beta Aurora channel, selected developers have been allowed to access the Mozilla app marketplace.
In an effort to map parts of the planet where cars can't go, the tech giant is working with third-party organizations to gather imagery from hiking trails, beaches, canyons, and mountaintops.
The island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to towering cedars that are thousands of years old. Google has captured views of the forest in winter.
The Web giant brings its team inside the nuclear no-go territory to photograph a desolate ghost town.
Scientists in London conclude that smoking your favored leaf cools down your dopamine-synthesis skills. Their initial hypothesis was that pot contributed to psychosis, which they now doubt.
The Internet company plans to let go of its open-source e-mail software, with hopes that other people will keep the T-bird alive, according to a leaked letter obtained by TechCrunch.
The software maker says the "Kilimanjaro" add-on, due in the first half of 2010, will add business intelligence features.