The head of Google believes an internet where Chinese is the dominant language, and connections are so fast that distinctions between audio, video, and text are blurred, is perhaps just five years away, reports the Associated Press. Eric Schmidt, chairman and CEO of Google Inc., spoke to about 5,000 chief information officers and information technology executives for a technology conference in Orlando Oct. 21. Teens today consume information much differently on the web and are able to juggle various forms of information seamlessly, Schmidt told attendees. Streams of information will increase as connections grow faster, he added, and if web...

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