This week is the last chance for big companies to make 2010 product announcements before things slow down for the holidays, and Google’s not letting the opportunity pass them by. Yesterday they announced the Google eBookstore (here’s the Android app) and Gingerbread’s flagship handset, the Nexus S, which will be on sale on December 16th. (Nexus One users, the over-the-air Gingerbread update will hit your handset in “the next few weeks.”) Today, Google announced the Chrome Web Store and their ChromeOS prototype netbook, the Cr-48. Being a laptop girl who loves her keyboard and hasn’t personally fallen for the touchscreen tablet craze (no iPad or Galaxy Tab here yet), the Cr-48 is exciting: full-size keyboard, built-in 3G that’s free-to-cheap with reasonable pay-for-what-you-use plans from Verizon so you’re always online, pure webapps (no native apps) and no spinning hard drive. Needless to say, I applied to be a tester in the pilot program. The boldest thing Google asserted at today’s Chrome event: That you can do ANYTHING in a webapp that you can do in a native app. Truthfully I’m dubious–how do you compile code on the web? Is there a web-based Eclipse?–but I’m willing to give it a try. What did you think of the last bits of 2010 Google goodness? There will be much to discuss on tomorrow’s episode of TWiG.