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Announced on day 2 of Google I/O: 1) Compute Engine, a rumored cloud infrastructure platform...

Announced on day 2 of Google I/O: 1) Compute Engine, a rumored cloud infrastructure platform that competes with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Rackspace's OpenStack. 2) The launch of Google Chrome (GOOG) on iOS devices. Unlike searches on the default Safari browser, Chrome searches won't require revenue-sharing payments to Apple. 3) Offline editing support for Google Docs, a long-requested feature. 4) Gmail now has 425M users, and Chrome 310M. (live blog)
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  • wigit5
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    Hmm I love Chrome and Gmail... surprised there are so many gmail users who don't use chrome.
    28 Jun 2012, 02:57 PM Reply Like
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