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One of the social media company’s backers has made an apparently sudden exit of his own from his native Switzerland for St Kitts in the Caribbean

Facebook 'trusted app' plan annoys developers

Facebook plans to start charging for verifying applications built for the social network - an optional process that has upset some developers despite the company's assurances it will bring plenty of positive benefits.

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Yes, they're five very young Swedish women who play catchy pop numbers – but cast aside your prejudices, Those Dancing Days take their act and their music seriously. They talk to Elisa Bray

Out of this world: The Aliens

Refugees from Scotland's Beta Band, The Aliens have turned failure and despair into stirring psychedelic pop. Chris Mugan meets a trio reborn

<a href="">The Life Browser: Google (once again) and some voodoo to boot</a>

As part of its 10th anniversary Google has put up its 2001 search engine. Seven years is a lifetime; a search for "ipod" yields something called the "Image Proof of Deposit Document", while Myspace is an Australian home improvement site. Sarah Palin? "Did not match any documents".

MySpace unveils new music site

News Corp's MySpace, the world's largest social networking site, have unveiled a long-expected joint venture with all four major music companies in a bid to compete with Apple's market-leading iTunes store.

Talent to burn: Friendly Fires are no flash in the pan

Their math-rock-infused pop has won high praise from the music press

Join the crowd: Why do multinationals use amateurs to solve scientific and technical problems?

Dozens of web-based companies employ just a handful of people, yet make millions each year. Jeff Howe investigates the 'crowdsourcing' phenomenon that's changing our world

Poetry reading is the new rock'n'roll

Britain's poets enjoy the limelight as their strongly ethical works attract the rock festival crowds

Social networks leap the language barrier

Nothing has got lost in translation as the likes of Facebook and MySpace win millions of converts in new countries. By Catherine Holahan

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