Sunday, June 6, 2010

Google to Release Chrome OS Before Holiday Season

Google  plans on releasing its browser-based operating system, Chrome OS, sometime this fall, according to various reports.
Sundar Pichai, a vice president of product management at Google, speaking at the Computex conference over the weekend, said that his company’s rival to Windows would arrive sometime later this year, but did not provide a specific date.

Chrome OS was announced nearly a year ago. It is a lightweight operating system built around Google’s Chrome browser. Like other Linux-based platforms, it will be available for free, allowing hardware vendors to avoid licensing costs.

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