Google's Chrome OS Event Is Tomorrow

Posted: Nov 18 2009, 12:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:35pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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Alright, so we've got good news and bad news. First off, the good news. TechCrunch has been notified that Google is planning a Chrome OS event for Thursday. As in tomorrow Thursday. This event will feature technical info, demos, and a "complete overview" of the new OS. Google didn't say it, but I think it's likely we'll see at least a couple sneak-peeks at some of the Chrome OS devices that are under development too.

Now the bad news. The wording of this announcement makes it unlikely that we'll actually see a Chrome OS launch this week, as was previously rumored. In their notification to TechCrunch, Google stated that their new OS will launch next year. That's a bit of a bummer, but not entirely unexpected. If Chrome OS does launch next year, it will almost certainly hit in Q1.

So, tomorrow will mark our first look at the full Chrome OS in action. No more silly rumors, no more faked screenshots, just the actual operating system in action. Geeks around the world are now counting down the minutes until go time tomorrow.

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