Over the weekend, a document from The Wall Street Journal used to be the source of a rumor mentioning that Google would soon merge Chrome OS into Android, uniting each platform into one and making a unmarried Google OS to rule all of them. It definitely didn’t sound too a long way fetched however in unexpected transfer, Google is now addressing those rumors in a contemporary weblog submit.
According to Google’s Hiroshi Lockheimer — SVP of Android, Chrome OS and Chromecast — Chrome OS isn’t going any place. At least now not every time soon. In reality, Google even went so far as detailing one of the plans they have got for the platform. Apparently they’ve been running on updating Chrome OS’s UI to that of Material Design UI (you understand, like Android) and also have plans for a complete new set of Chromebooks in 2016.
Of direction, there used to be no point out of anything else past that and it’s value bringing up that the WSJ document stated the merger of Chrome OS and Android would occur as early as 2017. Just need to throw that in the market.