Monday, May 8, 2017

Google Fuchsia’s awesome UI hints at a post-Android future

Android and Chrome OS apparently aren’t enough for Google, because the company has been working on a third operating system codenamed Fuchsia for over a year. Now that we’re getting our first good look at the OS’ UI, it’s clear Google has big goals for Fuchsia – perhaps even replacing Android some day. Ars Technica recently went hands-on with Fuchsia’s UI, which it was able to compile for use on Android. Though the OS was sometimes speculated to be for IoT devices, the UI shows Google has much grander plans. Keep in mind it’s not particularly functional, but it still gives us a good look at what…

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