Google at CES

January 3, 2006 at 9:18 pm | Posted in Macintosh, Technology | Leave a comment

Many Mac users, myself included, are focused on Macworld rumors rather than what’s going on with the other 90% of the computing world converging on Las Vegas for this weekend’s CES.

The speculation is no longer on Intel since the leak last week on their new CPUs and branding strategy which was followed by the Mac web in light of the upcoming Intel-based Macs.
The focus is now on Google. Two articles speculate on the possible release of a Google-developed Operating system, hardware, updated applications, and the network connectivity to put it all together.

Another observation is the virtual disappearance of Steve Jobs’ friend and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison; other than trying to win back America’s Cup, he hasn’t been making news lately. Could he be undergoing a Damascus conversion to be completed this Friday at CES?

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