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Perfect example: I just searched "Android tablet" and clicked on the Google News tab. The 1st link I'm offered is for a site "". It talks about Toshiba's new tablet being launched later this year. But throughout the article, it constantly links back to the "REAL" sources of the article, engadget and crunchgear. So, how does an article by, which is basically regurgitating what the other 2 more legitimate sources are saying, JUMP AHEAD of the actual sources? How is that possible? Interestingly, I didn't find any Google Adwords on their site, so that's not the motivation in this case.
Toggle Commented Jan 3, 2011 on Trouble In the House of Google at Coding Horror
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