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Top of the posts: Google, burglary and the death of football

Neela Debnath
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  • Last updated: Friday, 2 November 2012 at 5:35 pm

top 300x300 Top of the posts: Google, burglary and the death of footballThis week Google made a series of announcements about its latest products, Alex Masters looked at the company’s newest tablet and its specs which trump those of Apple’s iPad.

One reformed burglar gave an insight into the world of crime, writing under a nom de plume John Smith offered readers advice and tips on how they could protect their homes from getting broken into this winter.

In the world of arts Charles Reynolds shared his thoughts on the latest episode of US hit drama Homeland .

For those looking for love Luke Pomaro shared two first date disaster stories and the top 10 most embarrassing moments on a first date.

Secondary breast cancer patient Ismena Clout wrote a poignant piece about living with incurable cancer in light of British singer Bernie Nolan’s recent announcement.

Here are the most read blogs from the past week, as determined by the stats:

1. Google announces Nexus 10 tablet with iPad-beating specs by Alex Masters

2. Google unveils the LG Nexus 4 with hardware and pricing you simply can’t ignore by Alex Masters

3. Confessions of a reformed burglar: How to keep your house safe by John Smith

4. Tactics Talk: Manchester United were underdogs but they came out on top against Chelsea by Jonny Boyle

5. Review of Homeland ‘New Car Smell’ by Charles Reynolds

6. Secondary breast cancer: But you’re going to be okay, aren’t you? by Ismena Clout

7. The top 10 most embarrassing first date moments by Luke Pomaro

8. Lionel Messi in numbers: Is the Barcelona player the greatest-ever footballer? by Majid Mohamed

9. Must watch: Air New Zealand releases Hobbit safety video by Neela Debnath

10. ‘The death of football’: Dark cloud over referees in Serie A after Catania’s defeat at the hands of Juventus by Dylan Fahy


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