New leaks seemingly confirm Google’s unified messaging ‘Babel’

New leaks seemingly confirm Google’s unified messaging ‘Babel’

 

The case for the unified messaging system known as “Babel” seems to grow a little more legitimate by the day. This past weekend saw a number of details surface which definitely appear to indicate some internal Google testing is going on as we speak.

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With Google I/O 2013 taking place in around one month’s time we might expect to see more information in the coming weeks. The annual event would be the most logical place to debut something of this order.

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