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Google all set to launch online picture sharing service at I/O: Report

New Delhi: Global technology giant Google Inc is all to launch an online picture sharing and storage service at company’s annual software developers conference in San Francisco later this month.

According to Bloomberg, the new photo tool, which will let users post images to Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc., will help Google complete with Facebook which acquired mobile photo-sharing service Instagram in 2012.

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Google Inc is also likely to bring its next Android M operating system for mobiles at the upcoming Google I/O event scheduled to be held from May 28 and 29.

According to reports, Android M will bring the power of Android to all kinds of workplaces and will open up new markets for millions of devices to workers at small businesses.

Meanwhile, Google is now hiring freshers and expanding its efforts to develop "smart eyewear and other related products".

Recently, the company has posted several job listings for its Google Glass team on its website.

"The Google Glass division is a world-class team focused on the cutting edge of hardware, software and industrial design. It is charged with pioneering, developing, building and launching smart eyewear and other related products in line with Google's ambitious and visionary objectives," read one of the job postings.

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