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  1. Google have been a major sponsor / contributor to the OHA’s Android, originally architected for handheld gadgets it’s now making inroads into Netbooks and other middleware devices.

    When it is optimised for the hardware underlying it, it will be amazingly efficient, it might even blow away the stigma of slow program execution times and general sluggishness that Java has pinned on it’s tail.

  2. I have been using Chrome for awhile now and I didn’t even notice it.

    Thanks for sharing this little facts. =)

  3. I think it would be a GREAT thing for Google ppl to build their own Operating System (if they haven’t already). I heard some rumors on the net about it ๐Ÿ™‚ …that they are gonna make an OS that would be based on some kind of virtual machine similar to the one Java has implemented in their systems. The source where I heard that rumor from also says that this OS will be impossible to hack via buffer overflows and similar exploits that can be made for windows and Linux. If this OS appears on the market, I’d be happy to be among the first ones to try it out ๐Ÿ™‚ ….but building an OS is hard as hell, I tried it once …I made a small OS (including the bootloader) that can turn a capslock LED on and off every 2 seconds (which is the only thing it did… hahaha )… it took me 3 days to figure out how the entire thing works, it requires a lot of knowledge in Assembler programming (which is super cool when you figure out how it works) and then everything else comes easy. This is something like Hello World in OS building ๐Ÿ˜€ .There are loads of tutorials available on the net about this ๐Ÿ˜€ … It looks like my comment is a bit off-topic, hehehe… anyways I hope this helps someone. Have a nice day everyone.