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This week in Tech on Digital Journal

By Brenton Currie     May 24, 2009 in Technology
Take a look back at the past week and re-cap what made news across the technological world. From Apple's supposedly upcoming iPhone announcement rumour to Microsoft's supposedly upcoming Kumo release we've heard it all.
Browser wars heat up as Google releases Chrome update - This week Google updated their Internet browser, finally bringing it up to scratch with other competitors such as Firefox and Internet Explorer.
WWDC ahead! Where's Snow Leopard? - As we near Apple's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), expect the rumour mill to start flying. Sukhdeep Chhabra takes a look at what we know and can expect to see so far.
Microsoft Search Engine Kumo To Be Unveiled Next Week - With the upcoming D: All Things Digital conference, rumours have been flying around that Microsoft is going to launch their new search engine Raymond Bochman reports.
Palm Pre Steps into Ring with iPhone June 6 - Palm's new phone, labelled by many as a possible iPhone killer now has a release date, June 6 according to David Silverberg.
Inside Facebook's 'What kind of rapist are you?' outrage - Facebook has moved quickly to remove a quiz application which after asking users to answer a few questions told them what kind of rapist they were.
YouTube Uploads May Have Been Start of Porn Spam Attack - YouTube faced some problems of its own, with reports spammers were uploading porn to the hit video sharing website. Moves by Google resulted in the content being quickly removed.
Yahoo plans expansion into social arena - Yahoo announced plans to expand its social networking offerings, and amongst other things announced plans for a new iPhone app.
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