Saturday, February 16, 2013
Google To Open Own "Brick And Mortar" Retail Stores In 2013?
Search giant Google will be opening its own "brick and mortar" retail stores in the year 2013, according to buzz. Let's take a quick look at this new buzz of a physical Google Store, shall we?
Everyone who knows something about the technology is aware that Google has their own Online Store, which is Google Play. Google also has their first Android Retail Store called Androidland that's located in Melbourne, Australia.
In addition, Google currently has Chrome Store-within-a-store models in several Best Buy Stores accross the United States and 50 PCWorld/Dixon's in the United Kingdom.
However, the company's supposed Google Retail Stores will operate similar to Apple Retail Stores. Buzz is, the stores will be staffed by trained Google employees to sell Google products and services to consumers including the upcoming Google Glass, Google Cable Service, Google's mini-drone delivery systems, the Google driverless cars, and other Google-branded merchandise and apparels.
Of course, I consider all these stuff to be nothing, but pure speculations and rumors for now. But hey, I still want to share this new Google-related buzz for you, anyways. As always, I want to thank all the readers and fans of this humble site. I want you to know that I really appreciate all of you. Enjoy folks!