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Google Reveals Who They're Working With to Push Out the Chrome OS

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After revealing the Google Chrome OS early this morning, Google has now stated who they will be working with to make this as successful as it can be. They mentioned names including: Acer, Adobe, Asus, Freescale, HP, Lenovo, Qualcomm, and TI (Texas Instruments). Asus was an obvious option for the Google Chrome OS, since it will be starting out with netbooks, possibly via an Eee PC. HP is the largest PC maker in the world, so it makes sense that they are also on this list. Adobe will probably help Google out with the inclusion of Flash. Don't see your favourite PC maker Dell on the list? Well check out the quote below from CNet News.

The one that is notably missing is Dell. Dell is the second-largest PC maker in the world (though Acer is close at its heels), but didn't indicate it was actively working with Google on this when contacted earlier today. The company would only say that "Dell constantly assesses new technologies as part of managing our product development process and for consideration in future products."

[CNet News, Google Chrome Blog]


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