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code name

An internal name given to a product under development. For example, Chicago was the code name for Windows 95; Merced was the code name for Intel's Itanium chip.
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Google is known for giving its smartphones codenames after fish and ocean life.
QUIZ OF THE DAY: 1 Cornwallis; 2 Steam turbine engines; 3 Hudson Bay; 4 Cornwall; 5 HMS Bellerophon; 6 The D-Day landings (they were codenames for beaches); 7 Ifni; 8 Howard Hughes; 9 Trampolining; 10 Charlotte Church.
During yesterday morning's hearing on Estrada's bail petition at the Sandiganbayan Fifth Division, Luy testified before the court that several codenames found in his hard drive were actually used for Estrada He said Janet Lim Napoles assigned the codenames "para hindi po ma-identify (so he would not be identified).
Publishing the copies of these court orders, Taraf wrote that the journalists were mentioned by their foreign codenames only in those court orders.
IT is now the worst-kept secret in Washington - the Secret Service codename chosen by president elect Barack Obama is Renegade.
Previous codenames have included Passkey for Gerald Ford, Rawhide for Ronald Reagan, Deacon for Jimmy Carter and Angler for Dick Cheney.
In fact, the handset has already been given a codename, which is "Star.
Also seen are the next generation of Mobility Radeon, which still remain just codenames.
The Mirror has learned that the office contained only codenames and contact numbers for officers.
Last year, before the Pixel and Pixel XL were outed to the public, they were swimming in various rumors and reports with their codenames sailfish and marlin.
The new codename marks the company's departure from its standard codenames.
com/news/google-device-codenamed-flounder-found-is-it-the-nexus-8-71445/) Myce spotted new codenames from 'Chromium issue tracker' tied to the upcoming Google device.