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  1. Doodle 4 Google 2011 Winner Dreams of Being an Astronaut

    For his victory, Matteo earned a $15,000 college scholarship, a netbook computer, and his school will receive a $25,000 grant. Someday, Matteo Lopez of South San Francisco, Calif.wants to be an astronaut and explore space life.

  2. Google Acquires Online Photo Editor, Picnik

    That would also make Google's Chrome operating system on say, a netbook, be very attractive. The spending spree continues. Picnik is a cloud-based photo editing tool. Upload your photos and edit them without needing any software on your computer.

  3. Welcome to Your Google-Branded Life

    You get out the Android-powered netbook and use Google search to look up the information you need to help him out. Your alarm goes off. On your Android phone. You turn it off, roll over and check your GMail before dragging yourself out of bed.

  4. Google Opens Android Marketes to Paid Apps

    Google Android on a Netbook: How Soon Will We See It? Early on in the unveiling of Android's on the G1 by HTC and provided by T-mobile, we learned that the first 90 days of their application store would include free apps only.

  5. SearchDay | Search Shifts and Predictions for 2009

    Google Android on a Netbook: How Soon Will We See It? VentureBeat has taken an Asus Eee netbook and thrown Google Android on it as the operating system. WilliamFlaiz Search Shifts and Predictions for 2009 OUTSOURCED Time to ring in the New Year...

  6. Apple Should Buy Yahoo: Why I'm Now Convinced

    If Android hits the netbook market, how could Schmidt legitimately remain on Apple's board at all? I'm not the first to ponder this, but I would never have given it true consideration until today's earlier speculation about Google Android netbooks.

  7. Google Android on a Netbook: How Soon Will We See It?

    VentureBeat has taken an Asus Eee netbook and thrown Google Android on it as the operating system. Thought Android was just for mobile phones? Think again! It took them four hours to configure and they expect to see the first Android Netbooks in 2010.