When Google announced the Chrome OS, we wondered what this would mean for company's planning netbooks running on Google's Android OS. Designed for mobile devices, there are countless companies claiming to be preparing a netbook based around Google's mobile OS. However, now it seems as though Google has plans to put the Chrome OS on smartphones as well as computers.
Gizmodo last week reported that Google's Vice President of Engineering, Vic Gundotra told attendees at the Mobilebeat 2009 Conference that web app development is the future of successful mobile platforms. While Gundotra didn't specifiy that he was talking about the Chrome OS, it definitely sounds like the company is turning away from Android and looking for other solutions when it comes to operating systems for mobile platforms.
The launch of Chrome OS is confusing, at leaset for companies that have jumped on with Android. It is very possible that Android was more of a guinea pig for Google.
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