The speculation about Google announcing a Google Cube, which has been summarily dismissed by David Krane, Google’s PR big cheese on his blog. So what will Larry Page talk about during his Friday keynote at the CES? A reliable source of mine pinged and told me that the big news would be new and improved Google video. It is some sort of a video distribution deal which has been in the works for a while. Maybe content on demand, or finally a strategy and partnership that gives direction to Google Video. Whatever it is, Googlers are pretty pumped about these recent developments. I don’t have any more details, but given the money gusher Google’s video efforts can be, I won’t be surprised. Video is the big theme at CES this year. Check out our podcast about video 2006.
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