Google's Linux-based Chrome operating system still hasn't made an official appearance, but rumors are coming out of China of early devices running alpha Chrome and some Linux fans have made their own version.
Rumors regarding what form Google's Chrome operating system may take have been popping up thick and fast ever since the Linux-based OS was announced back in July, but now the first legitimate hints as to what the user interface may look like have surfaced.
The initial buzz surrounding Chrome OS became a bit watered down the moment Google bared its cloud- and Linux-based operating system to peering eyes at a special event last November. Skeptics have been wondering whether the world is prepared for a cloud-based operating system.
Google is reportedly working on a tablet computer based on its Android operating system, not the Chrome OS. Google has declined to comment on the tablet rumor, but that hasn't stopped analysts from mulling over the operating system choice....
I am pursuing my bachelor degree in Computer Science and Engineering. Now I am in my last semester and in my “Embedded system development” subject course we are studying about “Real time operating system”.
From quick search I got the definition from Google about Real time operating system but I am trying to know about feature of Real time operating system.
Google Chrome 5.0 telah di rilis beberapa waktu yang lalu. Google Chrome 5.0 tersedia untuk beragam operating system termasuk Windows, Linux dan Mac OS X. Bagi anda yang tertarik dengan Google Chrome 5.0 Portable, anda dapat download portable edition dari Google Chrome dari link berikut di bawah ini.
It's not every brand new operating system that gets open sourced a year before it hits the retail shelves. Then again, Chrome OS isn't just any OS, and Google isn't just any company. Indeed, that's just what Google did last week, making its brand new Chrome OS freely available for download by developers far and wide.