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Google Discloses 2008 Plans For Google Apps

USC law school students and others who attend colleges and universities that use Google Apps for Education will be happy to hear that next year they will be able to work offline with Google Docs, Gmail, and Calendar using the Google Gears plugin. TechCrunch's Michael Arrington also reports that Google Sites will launch in 2008. An evolution of Google Page Creator, this app will allow allow businesses to create intranets, project management tracking, extranets and other custom sites.

But still no word on the release date of the much anticipated Google Brain. [JH]

December 3, 2007 in Google | Permalink


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