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Chrome OS Faces Integration Challenges Ahead
Written by Daniel   
Tuesday, 21 July 2009 08:43
   Google has only begun to solve problems getting client apps and Web apps to work together.

By John Foley
July 18, 2009 12:01 AM (From the July 20, 2009 issue)

Google (NSDQ: GOOG)'s Chrome OS almost certainly will be a better operating system than any we have today for running Web applications. Why? Because it's Google's operating system.

Google has developed dozens of Web apps--for documents, spreadsheets, messaging, and more--used by millions of people. It only makes sense that the company behind those apps is in the best position to tie them to netbooks and PCs. Google has the APIs, the know-how, and the experience--in client code with Google Gears, and in operating systems with the smartphone-oriented Android. [Comments...]

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