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  1.'s Top Question of 2013: What is the Royal Baby’s Name?

    The son of Britain's Prince William and Kate was born on July 22 and speculation about the baby's name ran wild – for a whole two days. George Alexander Louis sure was popular this year. You may know him better as His Royal Highness Prince George...

  2. Alan Turing Google Doodle: Turing Machine Codebreaker Logo Honors Father of Computer Science

    In former Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s official 2009 apology to Turing, long since deceased, Brown referred to the cultural icon as, “one of Britain's most famous victims of homophobia. Alan Turing would have celebrated his 100th birthday today.

  3. How to Launch an English Only Global Search Marketing Campaign

    In Britain, a “bonnet” is actually the “hood” of a car (a.k.a.automobile). In other words: don’t skimp out on localization and translation. Several businesses would like to implement search marketing abroad but either the translations would be too...

  4. Google UK Honors Architect Sir George Gilbert Scott With Doodle

    The Victorian era architect is credited as being one of the most prolific in Great Britain’s history, having worked on or restored more than 1,000 buildings – projects that included schools, churches, cathedrals, asylums, workhouses, and more.

  5. Egypt: The Revolution Will Not Be Socialized; People: Yes It Will

    Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's son who is considered as his successor has fled to Britain along with his family", US-based Arabic website Akhbar al-Arab reported. In the wake of the Tunisian overthrow of their dictatorial regime, tens of...

  6. Many 2010 Election Results Too Close To Call

    This makes it very hard to determine the impact of digital media on the outcome of an election -- something that I discovered during my coverage of UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain.

  7. Embracing the Nation -- Why Localizing by Country Works

    While the sites for the antipodes focus on things to do, where to stay and top spots to visit, the front pages for the U.S.and Canada feature sections on how to get to Britain, how to get around, deals and offers, and Britain on a budget.

  8. Call Phones From Gmail

    Not much to say about it, except that it could make Google Apps for Business an even more attractive proposition, as they are offering international call rates (computer to phone) starting at 2 cents a minute to Japan, Britain, Germany and France.

  9. Hawkish BIS warns on dangers of ultra-low rates

    The BIS acknowledged that the retrenchment of fiscal support seen in Britain and Europe would have consequences on inflation and enable rates to stay lower for longer. The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) on Monday cautioned central banks...