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State wants smart rubber on road.
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Lastminute.com wants a chat
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Google spins its way out of lay-offs
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Google considers opening its platform
Google could be mulling a move which would allow outside developers to play around with the firm’s development stack, according to comments by Google exec, Dave Girouard at a Web 2.0 Summit panel in San Francisco.
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