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Tech week in pictures: 20th July

Tech week in pictures: 20th July
A visual summary of the news and products that made headlines in the world of technology this week. (Getty Images)
Tech week in pictures: 20th July
Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft Corporation addresses the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference on July 14th at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Getty Images)
Tech week in pictures: 20th July
Space Shuttle Endeavour finally launches from the Kennedy Space Center on July 15th after multiple delays due to hydrogen leaks and weather conditions. Endeavour will deliver components of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency\'s Kibo laboratory to the International Space Station. (Getty Images)
Tech week in pictures: 20th July
Children look at images of tropical fish projected from a Sony ultra-high resolution 4K SRX digital movie projector during a press preview at the company\'s showroom in Tokyo. Sony will be displaying the images at Okinawa\'s aquarium until August 31 (Getty Images)
Tech week in pictures: 20th July
People walk around the Apollo 11 Command Module \'Columbia\' on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. Forty years ago on July 16, 1969 Apollo 11 launched from Cape Canaveral Florida carrying astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin \'Buzz\' Aldrin and Michael Collins and then landed on the moon on July 20th. (Getty Images)
Tech week in pictures: 20th July
A computer generated image shows French architect Jacques Rougerie\'s SeaOrbiter. The seahorse-shaped buoy, 51 metres from top to bottom, is designed to drift around the oceans to study life beneath the waves. So far, SeaOrbiter exists only as a 3.5-metre model, which has just finished six-month trials in Europe\'s biggest wave tank to test it for stability. (Getty Images)

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