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Old 03-05-2010, 06:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Will Chrome OS deliver us the disposable PC?

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During a visit to Google's London HQ we grabbed some time with Chris DiBona. He's the Open Source Programs Manager for Google, overseeing everything the corporation does that's open sourced and making sure it's "correct and useful." We talked Google Chrome and, later, Android. We put to DiBona the issue that if users buy a netbook, they still tend to expect Windows on it, so will they take to Chrome OS? "Yeah. Windows or Mac. Is this going to change? We're going to find out. We're willing to say, you know what, let's give it a try, let's see if it works.



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