Friday, 30 October 2015

Google Would Work On Android Version For Desktops

Google is currently developing an Android version for desktop computers, so let sources opposite the Wall Street Journal and The Verge know. Next year, Google would be working with several manufacturers to produce desktop computers running Android.

It would ultimately be the intention of Chrome OS and Android to combine one operating system as supporting and developing two different operating systems is costly and confusing for manufacturers can be. The emphasis on Android does not mean that Chrome OS will soon disappear, the Chrome-based operating system that is used in many cheaper laptops called Chromebooks.

Manufacturers who produce Chromebooks will be able to still use Chrome but also have a choice of Android, says Re / code.Google CEO Hiroshi Lockheimer, senior vice president of Android, Chrome Cast and Chrome OS, leave via Twitter that Chromebooks still much in demand, and Google is Chrome OS remains committed.

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