Google announces it’s new operating system project

Choice is good!? Not that we don’t have a lot of operating system choices these days. Even so, Google has just announced it’s new operating system project — the Google Chrome OS.

According to Google, the new operating system, which is scheduled to be released next year, will focus on netbooks and desktop PC’s. The operating system will be an open source software based on Linux. Google Chrome OS will focus on lightweight, speed, simplicity and security as the driving force in the creation of the operating system. It looks like Google has already been talking to several manufacturers to come up with netbooks using the OS.

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T-Mobile will use Android on Netbooks by next year

T-Mobile, the first network provider to use the Android open mobile platform, has revealed its plans of using Android on netbooks. This will bring us closer to truly blurring the line between a mobile phone and a computer bring the advent of a really connected phone in the horizon.

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