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Google hasn't said what caused the problem, nor how widespread it was
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So far, this appears to be nothing more than a branding adjustment -- although probably a welcome one.
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Google launches a $999 videoconferencing system, Chromebox for meetings, designed to use Google Hangouts to connect employees.
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