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Re: Google Dabbles in Dream Tech in Hush-Hush X Lab
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2011-11-14 12:53:24
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Google scientists are laboring away on futuristic projects in a top-secret lab somewhere in the San Francisco Bay Area, The New York Times claims. This lab, which is apparently so hush-hush that few Googlers even knew it existed prior to the report, is allegedly called "Google X." More than 100 futuristic projects are said to be under way there. These include a space elevator project, experiments working to connect home appliances and dinner dishes to the Internet, robots that can go to work instead of their owners, and the development of driverless cars for the mass market.

Google needs technology to keep out iMoles and iCronies
Posted by: boycott_apple 2011-11-14 14:33:55 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
It's a shame that Google has already been infiltrated by iCronies and iMoles from Apple who are deeply connected to crappple's Technology Theft riffraff (who interestingly forget to mention Crapple on their resumes when applying for jobs at Google). Crapple is going to steal the simpler ideas from google and implement them in as future iCraps and patent the more complex ones that it is incapable of having sweatshops in Asia implement for them so that they can sue anyone that tries to develop those ideas into products thereby getting into the lead position of holding back the entire high-tech industry from further advancement for decades.

google - secret lab projects
Posted by: omen-setter 2011-11-14 13:31:23 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
Google should work on eliminating lawyers - a great technical achievement...
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