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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RE: Very nice program
by pabloski on Wed 8th Dec 2010 10:49 UTC in reply to "Very nice program"
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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.

mmmm the chromeos netbooks have cpus, so they're computers, you can program and compile software on them

also you can program and compile on a smartphone too

however the best thing of chromeos is, imho, the encrypted operating system installed into flash rom....this way google will kill a lot of the malware out there

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RE[2]: Very nice program
by XCoder on Wed 8th Dec 2010 12:17 in reply to "RE: Very nice program"
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How many people create and compile program on smartphone ?

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