Linked by fran on Fri 20th Aug 2010 20:52 UTC
Google Rumours were abound that the first Google ChromeOS device would emerge towards the end of the year. Although this rumour turned out to be false, other snippets of news surrounding Google and the ChromeOS also emerged. One of these stories consists of rumours reported by TechCrunch, and two others are not rumours but simply confirmed facts.
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Android is the future
by jrash on Sat 21st Aug 2010 00:19 UTC
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Google needs to can ChromeOS and focus exclusively on Android. Granted ChromeOS is a neat idea but honestly who would buy a ChromeOS tablet over an Android one?

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RE: Android is the future
by Jondice on Sat 21st Aug 2010 00:23 in reply to "Android is the future"
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The successive introduction of Android and the arrival of Google Chrome OS, both open source, client-based operating systems, have created some market confusion, especially with Android's growing success.[43] Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer accused Google of not being able to make up its mind.[44] Google has downplayed this conflict, suggesting that the two operating systems address different markets, mobile and personal computing, which remain distinct despite the growing convergence of the devices. Co-founder Sergey Brin suggested that the two systems "will likely converge over time" --Wikipedia

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