Google takes the award for most important announcements made this week, with a new phone, new mobile OS, and new netbook announced, but we also got brand-new Facebook profile pages and ended the week with a few nice recaps of 2010. Here, a look at some of the biggest stories of the week.
- On Sunday, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg announced brand-new profile pages during his appearance on 60 Minutes.
- Then, on Monday morning, Google announced the new Nexus S phone running Android 2.3, aka Gingerbread.
- In more Google news, its independent eBookstore launched this week; books can be read on the web, on Android devices, and the Sony eReader.
- Then, on Tuesday Google made another huge announcement, its Chrome notebook, the caps lock less CR-48. . .
- . . .and we get to take it for a test run!
- Later in the week, Apple summed up 2010 app popularity and sales.
- Then, Google released a retrospective of 2010 in search.
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