Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th Dec 2010 22:44 UTC
Google Google held a Chrome event today, and the rumours had suggested we might see the launch of Chrome OS today. This turned out to be nonsense, and in all honesty, the entire event didn't really deliver much in the form of new information. The Chrome Web Store has been opened, and the first Chrome OS netbooks will arrive in the middle of 2011.
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Very nice program
by XCoder on Wed 8th Dec 2010 09:14 UTC
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1. Mozilla (with google) broke IE's hegemony.
2. Google creaded Android to rule the mobile market.
3. Google create Chrome and Chrome OS.
4. Google will kill desktop (both windows, linux and Mac)
5. Google will give very cheap server hosting to enterprises to replace their own servers to virtual machines.
6. Servers will be wery rare and expensive, all server will be virtual, owned by Google and other big companies.
7. Google will increment the virtual server pices, and give very cheap web hosting to replace virtual servers to simple web sites. At this point google kill the open-source movement, because you can't compile anything without computer.
8. Google will give pre-build solutions to the frequental used things like webshop, forum, blog, or any business software.
9. Google will rule the word. You can't do anything without google.

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