Inside Google's ultrabook gambit

Inside Google's ultrabook gambit

tech.fortune.cnn.com
New With a new laptop Google is betting that living in the cloud is not just cheaper, but much better. FORTUNE -- Cloud computing has been around for some time now. But not many people believe they can do all their computing in the cloud. Not many, that is, outside the...
Inside Google's ultrabook gambit
           

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