Google I/O kicks off

Google's I/O conference kicks off with Music Beta, a $20-per-month Chrome laptop, and a Prediction API. Meanwhile, Symantec reveals that Facebook apps have been leaking personal data, and Apple and Google testify before the U.S. Senate.

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Google I/O kicks off

The I/O conference starts off with Google's Music Beta, a $20-per-month Chrome laptop, and a prediction API. Meanwhile, Symantec reveals Facebook apps have been leaking personal data, and Apple and Google testify before the U.S. Senate.

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