Google is reportedly taking on an additional venture by opening a Google store. The multi-national corporation has no doubt dominated the search engine market; we often say "Google it," not "search it." It has also tapped into the Android market by creating products like Google Glasses, has one of the most used e-mail services in North America and has started its own social network called Google+.
This rapidly growing company is in the talks of buying a store in the SoHo district of New York City. The suspected location is a 8,000-square-foot space at 131 Greene St. -- just steps away from Apple's flagship store.
Other than the Google Glass initiative, the company doesn't have very much of its own physical products. Perhaps, this means we will see more products from Google or maybe they will buy out a major mobile company?