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Week in pictures: XP, Google go global

roundup Low-cost version of Windows reaches more corners of the globe, and Google mapping goes 3D. Also: India's tech boom, colorful iPods and the "Matrix" on Google.

Low-cost version of Windows reaches more corners of the globe, and Google mapping goes 3D. Also: India's tech boom, colorful iPods and the "Matrix" on Google.

Starter XP out of the blocks

Critics say Windows XP Starter Edition is still not flexible enough to meet the needs of developing countries.
June 29, 2005

A Google-eye view

Google Earth lets people zoom in for satellite 3D views of buildings and terrain.
June 28, 2005

Electronics City

Building on its success in outsourcing, India is ready to become the next technology powerhouse in Asia.
June 27, 2005

Now playing

Users find Google's new video tool allows full viewing of copyright shows, in apparent violation of company's rules.
June 30, 2005

iPods add color

Apple switches to color screens for all its standard iPods. It also updates iTunes to ease podcast downloads.
June 28, 2005

Lucasfilm's new home

Big names in art, tech and politics joined in San Francisco on Saturday to toast the opening of Lucasfilm's new campus.
June 27, 2005

Robotic aide

A new robot assists a N.Y. surgical team by handing and retrieving instruments during a procedure.
June 28, 2005

Robo-legs' help amputees get around

Cameron Clapp lost part of both legs, but that doesn't stop him from competing at track and field meets.
June 24, 2005