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Last year at Google IO, the company was bragging that it had racked up 160 million Chrome users. Since then, that number has nearly doubled, with the company claiming 310 million active users. Those consumers download roughly 1TB of data per day and type about 60 billion words according to Mountai

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We're not done. Not. Even. Close. The day one keynote may have been full of fun but we're expecting even more from day two. What sort of things? Well, why don't you tune in and find out, right here at the time below. June 28, 2012 1:00 PM EDT

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In 2008, when the Eee PC was revolutionizing the computing world and driving every manufacturer to make cheaper and smaller laptops, Sony washed its hands of the whole thing. The \"race to the bottom,\" the company said, would profoundly impact the industry, killing profit margins and flooding the m

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Too lazy to download and install the brand new Android SDK yourself and don't feel like tweaking an AVD for optimal operation? Don't know what an AVD is? We don't blame you, and that's why we're here. We fired up Jelly Bean in the Android emulator and started poking around a bit. Sadly, most of th

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What is the Q? Well, it's a ball... a ball that plays music. And videos. And it also lights up. It's what Google is calling it a \"social streaming device\" but what's most important is that this is finally the realization of the Android@Home standard that was unveiled last year. While the styling i

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We generally have to wait for a device to hit the FCC or wind up with the likes of iFixit to see it thoroughly dissected, but Google has changed things up a bit for its new Nexus Q media hub. It's provided Wired with a complete teardown of its own that breaks the Made in the U.S.A. device down pie

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We had a pretty good idea that this little guy was going to be making an appearance at Google I/O this morning and, sure enough, it's here. Not only is it here, it's in our hands. Meet the Google Nexus 7, an ASUS-designed device with minimal branding and a clean version of the latest flavor of And

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