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Default Google Calendar vs. Google Docs

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Google's release of the gmail java application is a little disappointing to me and should be to most BB users as we all can get gmail through the BIS.

I used to think that a mobile google calendar application was the best new app that google could release.

Now, however, I'm hoping that Google will release a mobile application for google docs. Creating docs and spreadsheets on the BB without having to pay for e-office would be great. Plus, with a Google docs application that's integreted with the BB, documents and spreadsheets could easily be emailed and shared.

Does anyone have any contacts at Google? Do we know what they're going to release next? How likely is a Google Docs mobile application?
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