Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 12th Jul 2009 14:03 UTC
Google Even though everyone's talking about it, fact of the matter is that Google's Chrome OS is currently nothing more than an internet announcement, with a supposed release date of somewhere in 2010. Google chief executive Eric Schmidt has now stated that netbooks running Chrome OS could appear as early as this year. In addition, Schmidt also talked about his position at Apple's board of directors.
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Comment by Stratoukos
by Stratoukos on Sun 12th Jul 2009 15:23 UTC
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"as in the SDK gives you access to the hardware and data storage as well, despite the fact that it uses web languages."

I don't think this is possible since google promised compatibility with any browser for Chrome's apps. Maybe they'll release an SDK for Chrome-only applications but what I think they are trying to do is make the existing web apps their core apps.

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