Google's new operating system ''Fuchsia'' to replace Andriod"

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       Google recently began to work on a new operating system called Fuchsia that isn't based on the Linux kernel. However, it is still not clear how it will be used. Google’s Fuchsia is seen among techies as a replacement for Android, and a revisit of the OS has shown that it’s coming along quickly. A decade ago Google was just an inquiry engine and advertiser, but now it’s the drive behind the most important computing platform within the world: Android. Even the slow-to-start Chrome OS has been learning steam in recent years, dominating the budget laptop market. Both these products are based partially on Linux, but Google is functioning on something completely new, and you'll take a peek at it on Github. It’s an operating system called Fuchsia, which could run on just about anything.

 Read more at: Ars Technica
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