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Originally Posted by battleaxe View Post


I'm not saying its their intent to sell from the onset.

But MS will either make it impossible to compete, or just offer them enough for Google not bother with it anymore.

Companies like Google will always setup a new venture (like an OS division) so that it can be sold off, or so that the parent company cannot be held liable for damages. Its part of business. I would be shocked if this OS is really part of the parent company from the start. They have too much to lose by doing so. Likely it will be a separate entity and be able to be sold off without getting things too complicated for Google.

 

Except, this is Google we're talking about. Traditionally they don't create projects to sell the operation to other companies. Just about everything they sold off was previously owned by someone else.

 

This new kernel will probably cover all of their products over time. And since they're creating it from the ground up, they can build it specifically for their needs and avoid any pitfalls in patents or copyright.

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Google did make a separate company for their multiple different smaller companies. It's called Alpabet Inc. and is the parent company for Google.

You didn't read my post

try again.
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Except it isn't. If you read the article, it in no way says that fushia is prejudice to handsets or PCs.

I'm not sure about the article. My comment was based on the source- Google's project page and github. And speculating about what it would make sense for them to do based on a capability gap in the market.

As for target platforms for fushia [sic], that's anyone's guess biggrin.gif
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Incorrect. Nowhere does any of the information available to us make any statements to support this.

See the source kernel/kernel/thread.c for the code that supports my statement.
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"Magenta targets modern phones and modern personal computers with fast processors". That statement tells us that Fuschia is absolutely not an RTOS.

The definition of an RTOS has nothing to do with target platform. It's a description of capability. That's what I tried to explain previously.
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Good luck reinventing the wheel (a very complex wheel that takes decades to make).
It's Google. Bet they have it fully functional and operating better than M$.

Been rumors about this and I see it's true. Woohoo! Sick of dealing with Windows. Definitely hoping the best for game play on desktop version.
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If they don't care about compatibility with existing systems, they should go one step further and come up with a new desktop CPU architecture that doesn't have all the legacy x86 cruft. It would be interesting to see something brand-new that's 64-bit and doesn't have old mostly-unused legacy support for features like 16-bit real mode, virtual 8088 mode, BIOS, memory segmentation, old and unused instruction sets, etc.

This is the thought that intrigues me the most. I wish someone would do just what you suggest. The idea is old, yet facinating. When do we dump the legacy to push ahead. I want my 128-bit OS/CPU now!!! biggrin.gif
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The data collection will be obscene. Keylogger, all files uploaded to the cloud and checked for personal data, always on webcam + mic. You'll be getting adds for things only your subconscious is thinking about.

This is the thought that bothers me the most. However, if you install any OS or anything from Google, you have to know this is what's happening going in.
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Good luck reinventing the wheel (a very complex wheel that takes decades to make).

Chromebooks are so hot right now. You're not reinventing if you're re-intriguing.
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How about fixing the many problems Android has such as sloppy memory management and the mobile radio bug that has existed since Lolipop?

Those problems will sort themselves out. Phones with 4 GB and more RAM will have no issue with memory management. The mobile Radio bug will be countered by change in radio hardware to deal with Android's way of handling Radio.

There problem solved. biggrin.gif
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If you think Windows 10 collects excessive data, just wait till you get this new Google OS running.
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If you think Windows 10 collects excessive data, just wait till you get this new Google OS running.

Yup. Yessireebob.
    
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I believe that Google can make a good OS... but who cares? Linux people will play around with it, but people wont adopt it. Somewhat of a catch 22 situation where you need stuff there for people to use it, and people wont use it unless there is stuff there.

I also believe that you cant make an OS that fits every scenario. IOT and Desktop is a big stretch IMO, and you shoot yourself in the foot by trying to reach both.

But... because this creates competition , I am glad google is doing this. The fact that google is doing this will cause Microsoft and Apple to start working on a new architecture in case Google starts to show some real performance improvements.
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