Photos: What went down at the LeWeb tech conference

Photos: What went down at the LeWeb tech conference

Summary: Technology giants and web entrepreneurs get connected and social in Paris

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  • Technology giants and web entrepreneurs get connected and social in Paris

    LeWeb is an annual internet gathering that aims to turn a dingy industrial estate in the north of Paris, France, into a little slice of Silicon Valley for two days in December.

    2010's event, which took place last week, drew a crowd of 2,500 entrepreneurs, technologists, investors, bloggers, developers and start-ups looking for that elusive VC.

    Photo credit: Natasha Lomas/silicon.com

  • Google's Marissa Mayer, VP of geographic and local services, took a turn on the LeWeb stage for a Q&A with TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington, discussing how the Google's search service is likely to evolve in future.

    Mayer also hinted that Chrome OS tablets could be on the cards.

    Photo credit: Natasha Lomas/silicon.com

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