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Paul Rademacher, maker of "the first true Web 2.0 application," is leaving Google. Rademacher, an engineering manager for Google Maps, made his name with HousingMaps.com, which mashed up Google Maps with Craigslist data. (TechWhack)
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|Boost for trade as global deal struck|
|2 million Facebook, Gmail and Twitter passwords stolen in massive hack|
|Someone bought a $100,000 Tesla with Bitcoins|