TechFast: Egypt Back Online, Google-Bing Spat, Honeycomb Tablets

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Good morning! Here are some of today’s top tech links so far. We’ll cover a few of these throughout the day but feel free to get a head start.

Egypt Returns To The Internet

Link: Renesys Blog

Internet service providers in Egypt have re-connected their networks to the rest of the outside world. As of just before 1:00 in the afternoon, local time, all major ISPs are functioning normally.

Google, Microsoft trade barbs over Bing ‘copying’

Link: CNET

Google says Microsoft’s Bing search engine is copying its results, Microsoft says Google encourages web spam, we all watch half-amused.

Poll: Price, Not Honeycomb, Is the Key to Android Tablet Success


Google’s new tablet-centric Android operating system, Honeycomb, is set to debut on large-screen devices this month but price still remains the most important factor to people looking to get into a tablet.

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