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Google I/O: 10 Awesome Visions

Google Glasses, the Nexus Q home entertainment streaming device, Android software upgrades, and a Nexus tablet shine at day one of Google's I/O developer conference.
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While rumors persist that Google+ is a ghost town, Google insists 150 million people are actually using its obligatory social network every month. Google says 250 million people have registered for the service, which suggests that 100 million have little or no interest.

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Leo Regulus
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6/29/2012 | 2:49:32 PM
re: Google I/O: 10 Awesome Visions
You have again neglected a comprehensive 'Print' or 'View as one page' option. NO, No, No, No & NoNO. A Coffee-Break level Slide Show is NOT a respectable lead article in what should be a primary technical news magazine. Sheldon would probably comment to the effect, " This is just SO Wrong on so many levels".
Faye Kane, homeless brain
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6/28/2012 | 9:11:31 PM
re: Google I/O: 10 Awesome Visions
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Wait, "Google's obligatory social network"??

Obligatory?

WTF is THAT about? Are they suddenly being like Microsoft, forcing us to use their stuff? Did they turn evil?

--the 2-suspicious faye
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