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President Alphabet hint merging Android and Chrome OS – update
CEO Eric Schmidt Alphabet, parent company Google has had on the TechCrunch Beijing conference hinted that something of truth is in the rumors of Android for laptops, namely especially the differences ‘less clear’ will be.
alphabet logo “Technology can advance and, where possible, can one to the other pack,” Schmidt said at the conference. Schmidt’s comment comes after last week rumors were circulating suggesting that Google is working with the appropriate making its Android operating system for laptops.
Schmidt has not explicitly stated that the PC software and will merge the mobile software, writes Cnet. However, he said that the Android, Chrome OS and HTML5 environments are better integrated with the technological improvements of ‘today’. About how it will take shape, the CEO did not further out.
Apart from the vague words about the future of Chrome OS and Android, Schmidt already touched on that the company would happily do business with China, although China has partially abandoned in 2010. According to Schmidt remains are now in talks with the Chinese government.
Update, 19:59: On the ‘work’ for Google blog, the company has become an unequivocal denial posted the story. “While we are working on ways to combine the best of both operating systems, there is no plan to phase out Chrome OS,” said Hiroshi Lockheimer, senior vice president of Android, Chrome OS and Chrome Cast.
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