Monday, January 09, 2006

Page doesn't announce Google PC at CES

Any Donkey previously wrote about the rumored Google PC that some believed Google co-founder Larry Page would announce when he spoke last Friday at the Consumer Electronics Show. No Google PC or Google Cube.

Instead, Page promoted the $100 laptop that Google and others intend to distribute to 100 million children worldwide. The Google Cube - apparently not under development - is pure rumor. Maybe, maybe not. Time will tell.

Page also demonstrated Google's new downloadable on demand Video Store and discussed some of its content providers including, CBS, National Basketball Association, British ITN, music videos from Sony BMG, and independent film producer Greencine.com.

tgdaily.com reports:

Page's keynote was refreshingly different, entertaining and casual - but in the business world this may not be enough anymore for Google in the not too distant future.

Read an article about Larry Page's speech by Scott M. Fulton, III and Wolfgang Gruener posted at tgdaily.com linked here.

1 comment:

equiptment guy said...

Google rocks! What will they think of next?

 
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