Google’s creepy Chrome OS might not survive a year

Within a week of release of a dedicated laptop, Cr-48 Notebook, to feature a news operating system from Google, experts have started to predict its life. A former Google employee predicted it to be dead by as soon as next year. The Gmail creator Paul Buchheit, in his Twitter post said, "Prediction: ChromeOS will be…

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Google Cr-48 Notebook – the Chrome OS cloud netbook locks you up in Google

Some of the features of latest offering from Google – a Google netbook running on the beta version of its new cloud-based operating system, Chrome OS, are: No CAPS LOCK key No F-keys – replaces function keys with media-keys 12-inch screen, 3.8-pounds 8-hours battery life 3G and Wi-Fi Solid black Intel Atom processor flash memory…

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Chrome OS Netbook may be unveiled on Dec 7

Google has announced an event to be held in San Francisco for December 7th, with a promise of "exciting news about Chrome." It is expected that a netbook running Google’s Chrome OS might be unveiled on the December 7 event. Egadadget reports that the Atom-powered laptop will not be the final product and will not…

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PacMan – Google’s glimpse to Web OS?

Google celebrated Pacman’s 30th anniversary yesterday with an interactive PacMan Google logo. The birthday cake is all chowed-up – the the birthday party is all done but the cool, interactive, and fully functional PacMan logo is still featured in Google.com. That left me wondering if the PacMan logo signify more than a simple birthday party!…

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Chrome Web Apps Store – Google to be your ‘hard drive’

Google is trying to redefine how we use computers. They told that the desktop is soon going to be obsolete and, now it is becoming clear how they are going to change the computing platform. Later this year, Google is planning to open a Web application store for easier set up programs based on the…

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