Google campus gets new Chrome Bugdroid statue
posted by Michael H. / Jan 30, 2013, 10:14 PM
Still, it's a nice statue, and set in a very interesting spot coming out of the side of building 45. The other Android statues are on the lawn in front of building 44. If it does mean anything more, it seems likely that we'll have to wait until Google I/O to find out more.
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I wonder what the other statues of each Android version look like!
posted on Jan 30, 2013, 10:31 PM 4
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Sorry, had to.
posted on Jan 30, 2013, 11:03 PM 14
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Harsh! I had my entire three word "Just Google it" comment ready too, but I didn't have the heart and I cancelled it. I didn't want to crush his spirit, and (from his comment) he seems so vibrant and full of life and hope!
posted on Jan 30, 2013, 11:06 PM 11
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Maybe at Google I/O they'll finally reveal the complete melding of Android OS and Chrome OS as the complete run-on-any-type-of-device-under-the-sun-to-fulfill-any-type-of-need OS, or... Maybe some Google exec(s) just thought it looked cool.
posted on Jan 31, 2013, 12:26 AM 0
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"There's no reason to combine Chrome OS and Android if Chrome is already the default browser in new versions of Android." I don't understand why "there's no reason to combine". Majority of casual non-tech savvy users doesn't even know Chrome OS exists. It doesn't get much traction in real world, but Android OS is the total opposite. It seems fit for Android OS to cannibalize Chrome OS. Plus with more and more intel-powered android nowadays. Would some1 care to enlighten me?
posted on Jan 31, 2013, 10:52 PM 0
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