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Will Chrome lead to Google Linux?

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  • Googlers gah-gah over the Google Chrome browser. Will Microsoft be affected? I think not. Chrome is more of a competitor to Safari than anything else. I think it leads to the Google OS.

  • Dell bringing out an ultralite notebook.
  • WiMAX rolling in Baltimore.
  • 802.11n still in draft mode? Why?
  • GNU now 25 years old.
  • Picassa to add face recognition.
  • New iPods on Sept. 9? Looks like it.

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