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Kate Middleton makes surprise visit to Gloucestershire hours after attending movie premiere

Google Chrome OS Netbook for December 7?

by Nicole
December 3, 2010 at 6:36 pm

Google has made an invitation: on December 7 they are organizeing a press conference to unveil a few new things about Chrome.

And of course, most observers expect Google to finally reveal details about the Chrome OS netbook!

Also on the program, Google might take this opportunity to unveil the first applications dedicated to its new operating system. A demonstration session will be held after the presentation of these innovations, which consequently leaves us thinking there will be things to handle.

On that same day, conferences will be held on D: Dive into Mobile, during sessions D: All Things Digital, but for the mobile market.

Source: Gizmodo; Engadget

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