If we learned anything in 2017, it’s this: Don’t believe everything you read on the internet.
You may have heard, for example, that Google is preparing a new unified operating system to replace Chrome OS (the operating system that powers Chromebooks) and Android (the operating system that powers most smartphones).
Facts and forecasts are often packed together to persuade you of the premise that Google intends to replace Chrome OS and Android, and soon.
Let’s unpack all this, and start by separating facts from forecasts.
Just the facts
Google is in fact working on an open-source operating system called Fuchsia.