Friday in CE: Hands-On With Google Fuchsia OS, Amazon to Raise Monthly Prime Membership
As of now, Google has two operating systems on the market. Android OS for phones, Chrome OS for Chromebooks. Then again, Google only had one communication app in 2009 and now it has 11 different ways to communicate the same message, and countless others that have fallen by the wayside.
It sounds messy but the apps go through a sort early century Roman gladiator style deathmatch and the consumers are the Emporer ready to decide if it lives or dies.
But we digress. Joining it's two successful cousins, Google will be launching Fuchsia "OS" - a term we use loosely - with no particular hurry. Fuchsia, which sort of sounds like fusion, aims to bring a cohesive OS that can switch between desktops, laptops, and smartphones. The entire platform scales and moves and breathes information that can be picked up or left at any of your peripherals.