Photos: Google reinvents the waiting room...

Photos: Google reinvents the waiting room...

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  • The 10 Samsung laptops in the temporary installation will be manned from 07:00(GMT) to 19:00(GMT) by Google employees from across the organisation, with some flown in especially to help out.

    Photo: Google

  • Google claims that travellers will be able to view their destination before they get there using Google Earth, which displays satellite images.

    Photo: Google

  • Although the internet access is free, Google is getting something out of the experiment by monitoring how people use its applications.

    Photo: Google

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