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By Brenton Currie     Jul 26, 2009 in Technology
This week Windows 7 has finally been released to manufacterers, many tech companies revealed their second and third quarter revenues and Bill Gates closed his Facebook account because of too many friend requests.
Windows 7 all but complete, RTM ready to go - Microsoft this week announced that the Windows 7 code is almost complete, with the company finalising the operating system for an August 6 release to manufacturers.
Zombie School iPhone app promoted school violence say critics - Apple and its world famous App store hit the headlines again this week, this time for an app that promotes school shootings, according to some tech experts.
Apple releases third-quarter earnings, breaks company records - This week both Yahoo and Apple released their financial results for the last quarter. Apple continued to break company records and make huge revenues, whilst Yahoo and Microsoft recorded losses.
Twitter shows us (finally) their business side of things - Twitter has unveiled a new site called Twitter 101 which provides advice to businesses on how to best integrate Twitter into their services.
Bill Gates quits Facebook over too many friend request - Microsoft founder and multi-billionaire Bill Gates gave up on the social networking website Facebook after too many people wanted to be his friend.
Total confusion over mandatory Internet Firewalls in France - French government efforts to regulate Internet use have run into yet another problem: The government wants to oblige Internet providers to supply firewalls to users (and force people to use them), but it's not clear which ones and what the conditions are.
Windows Live Messenger turns 10 this week - This week Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger turned 10, and we took a brief look at the path its taken to become the communication tool that it is today.
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