InformationWeek Covers Google Chrome OS Announcement

Jul 9, 2009

As the leading IT and tech news destination, InformationWeek is bringing its readers insight and perspective on the announcement by Google of forthcoming Chrome operating system (OS) for netbooks and desktop computers.

As editor-at-large Thomas Claburn reports in his story, Google Chrome OS: Vaporware Or Victory?, "with Chrome OS, Google is attempting to create the cloud computing future it has been predicting."

Chrome OS marks Google's most direct assault to date on Microsoft, Claburn adds.

Here's the full list of Chrome OS news stories and blog posts on

1) Google Chrome OS: Vaporware Or Victory? By Thomas Claburn cleID=218401136

2) Blog: Why Google's Chrome OS Doesn't Surprise Me One Bit By Eric Zeman html

3) Blog: Google's Chrome OS Threatens Linux, Is Good For Microsoft By Mitch Wagner tml

4) Blog: Eric Schmidt, Google's New OS And My Mom By Art Wittmann html

5) Blog: Why Google Chrome OS Will Fail By Mitch Wagner html

6) Google Challenges Microsoft With New Chrome Operating System By Thomas Claburn cleID=218401012

7) Blog: Google To Launch Chrome OS By Marin Perez 1.html

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