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By Brenton Currie     Sep 27, 2009 in Technology
This week Google made some interesting announcements, Gizmodo also unveiled an interesting new Microsoft prototype whilst Twitter continues to grow, this time raising $100 million in funding.
Google unveils Sidewiki, a grand plan to annotate the Web - Google this week unveiled a new project called Sidewiki which allows anyone using a plugin on the Google Toolbar to annotate any website.
Report: Twitter raises $100 million in funding - Twitter just continues to grow, this week adding another $100 million from five different venture firms to the bank account Jane Fazackarley says.
Google celebrates its 11th birthday today across the world - Today is Google's 11th birthday, and to celebrate they've changed their logo and replaced the 'l' in Google with two 1's. Happy birthday Google!
Google reveals hidden truth about its logo Doodles - Speaking of the Google logo, they also unveiled this week the real reason behind those mysterious Google "doodles" that were appearing over three days through out September, citing the 143rd birthday of H.G. Wells were he still alive.
Facebook in middle of Golan Heights furor - As Chris Dade reports, Facebook this week found themselves in the midst of a battle after it started to offer residents of the Golan Heights the choice of selecting either Syria or Israel as their home country.
Gizmodo blog: Microsoft working on new tablet 'Courier' - Gizmodo this week reported on a prototype "booklet" device that Microsoft is hard at work on, which features two screens that fold together like a book.
Livestream launches world's first wireless HD streaming backpack - Livestream this week took its platform one step further, announcing a new device that will allow anyone to stream live and wireless footage to their Livestream channel.
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