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Old 03-15-2013, 08:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Why Google Won't Merge Chrome OS and Android

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There are big moves going on at Google, with possible implications for the company's operating systems Chrome OS and Android. Longtime Android chief Andy Rubin is stepping aside, although he is staying at Google. Meanwhile, Sundar Pichai, VP of Chrome and Apps, is a star on the rise. Pichai has been overseeing the delivery of Google's well-recieved Chromebooks, and many of its very slick apps, in addition to steering Chrome OS forward. The moves at Google are causing some to speculate, once again, that Google will merge Android with Chrome OS. Here is why it won't happen.



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