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Over the past couple of days, a number of media outlets received invitations to a “small event” held by Google, today (August 12th) in San Francisco.
PC Mag confirmed with the search giant that the event will be used to showcase a new Android application feature and will result in a new Google blog post. This means we are unlikely to see a major announcement like Android 3.0 (Gingerbread).
We imagine that Google will take the opportunity to reiterate the success of its Android mobile operating system, possibly focusing on the fact the company is now seeing 200,000 Android handsets being shipped every day.
Also on the bill could be a mention of the controversial net neutrality pact with Verizon, something that has had tech analysts up in arms over the past few days.
As always, we will report on what comes of the event.
What do you think will be covered? Post your suggestions in the comments.
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