Linked by Georgios Kasselakis on Wed 3rd Sep 2008 15:14 UTC
Google It appears that Google scored a PR success with their Chrome browser. In short, the promise is a web experience where web pages are allowed to behave more like desktop applications. This is done by boosting the abilities of common web pages in terms of performance, while also allowing 'plugins' to enrich the user experience of certain other pages. As it seems, the announcement shot at the heads of people who've been holding their breath for the fabled Google Operating System. However in the following text I will demonstrate that Chrome [based on what we are allowed to know] puts strain on the Designer and Developer communities, is not innovative (save for one feature), and copies ideas liberally from Google's worst enemy.
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RE: quick correction
by devurandom on Wed 3rd Sep 2008 16:30 UTC in reply to "quick correction"
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Ehm. gOS has nothing to do with a Google OS. Wikipedia says: "gOS is a Linux distribution created by 'Good OS LLC', a Los Angeles-based corporation. The company initially advertised it as "An alternative OS with Google Apps and other Web 2.0 apps for the modern user.""

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RE[2]: quick correction
by poundsmack on Wed 3rd Sep 2008 16:40 in reply to "RE: quick correction"
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ah you are absolutly right, I tip my hat. i even went looking after that to see if google has funded that company or has any stake in it, it appears they dont. my mistake.

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