Google’s new laptop rumour

A post on the rumours of Google’s new laptop with Android’s operating system.

Android may launch a new laptop in 2013

Google’s Chromebook has failed to reach high volumes of buyers so Google hopes to break into the laptop market by creating a laptop that runs on Androids’ operating system (Reed 2013: online).

What is the difference between Google and Android?

Android, originally registered as Android Inc, was purchased by Google in 2005 powering a range of devices including graphic tablets and smartphones, for example. The Apache license allows Google to release the code in an open source manner (Debian no date: online). Google, on the other hand, is an internet search company that makes a profit from AdWords. Google, unlike Android, have a range of web-based products, such as, GMail, Google Docs and Google Maps, for instance.

Androidbook: The new Android laptop

Rumours have it that the new Google laptop, also rumoured to be called Androidbook, will run Android’s highly successful operating system (Bedigian 2013: online).

This news / rumour is also important to investors who wish to buy Google shares, or for those technology readers / bloggers who wish to keep up-to-date with the latest Google developments.

References

  1. Bedigian, L. (2013) Google to launch Android Powered Notebook in Q3 2013. [Online] [Accessed on 02nd April 2013] http://alturl.com/rxfod
  2. Debian. (no date) The DFSG and Software Licenses. [Online] [Accessed on 02nd April 2013] http://alturl.com/im9z7
  3. Reed, B. (2013) Google may launch an Android-based laptop this year. [Online] [Accessed on 02nd April 2013] http://alturl.com/3mhyh
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