Google Chrome OS unveiling Video
Google Chrome OS unveiling Video Transcript
>> We are here today to talk about Google Chrome OS. Contrary to some of the reports out there in blogs, etcetera we aren't launching the product today, there's no beta today, there are no devices today. We are a year away from announcement. Having said that, we have made tons of progress so we want to take the opportunity today to walk you through the progress. So the primary reason we are here today is because we are very excited to announce the open sourcing of the project. As of today the code will be fully open, which means Google dial-up [assumed spelling] purse will be working on the same tree as external dial-up [assumed spelling] purse. So whatever we do will be in the open and we're really looking forward to working with the open source community to help drive this forward. ^E00:00:45
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