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I’m a devoted Pathhole—a hardcore user of mobile social network Path. For all that I make fun of Path’s twee, artisanal, and bespoke nature—on a recent visit to its lovely office in San Francisco, I was
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A year ago, I left Google’s annual I/O developers conference convinced it was making a major strategic shift into being a hardware company. As this year’s I/O wraps up, I’m left questioning that conclusion.