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December 8, 2010

Morning roundup: pick of the comment, December 08 2010

Our pick of the morning reading


CONFIDENTIAL! Looks like "Google +1"" was just accidentally revealed (Pic) (TechCrunch)
TechCrunch gets the scoop on Google’s latest foray into social media. Basically, it’s a toolbar that exists along the top of Google’s properties…

Google unveils Chrome OS for notebooks – but puts it off to mid-2011 (The Guardian)
Google again – this time in relation to its Chrome operating system, which was given a grand unveiling yesterday, but you won’t be able to get your hands on it until mid-2011.

I wish I was more impressed by Chrome OS (Gartner)
Analyst Nick Jones blogs about the Google announcement. "Based on what’s been said so far I’m disappointed," he says and gives his reasons why…

Cloud will make UK £35bn richer a year, claims group (CBR Rolling blog)
Europe’s five biggest economies could potentially be ‘richer’ to the tune of E177.3bn – or £150bn – a year annually by 2015 via wholesale adoption of the cloud, according to a think tank whose analysis has been sponsored by storage giant EMC. Gary Flood reports.

The Internet’s next killer app: Work (GigaOm)
"Just as mobilization of the society and rise of cloud computing are two key and defining forces of our time, I believe work is the next big killer app of the Internet," says Om Malik.

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