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What does Google want to achieve with the arrival of Fuchsia OS five years from now? Nothing publicly, as it is denying any such plans.
We don't know if Pineapple Cake is the official name of the next Android flavor, but we may find out at Google I/O 2018 between May 8 and 10.
On this week's show: a smartphone-laptop hybrid from Razer could come to market as a show of the company's newfound dedication to mobile. Plus, is LG going to be releasing a phone this year?
More things work on it than we'd thought, but it's still a very broken experience. And yet, there's progress and a clear idea of what Fuchsia wants to be.
Testing has begun on all sorts of hardware including the Chrome OS-running Pixelbook. Ways to install Fuchsia have been found.
The mysterious OS project that many believe will replace Android is getting a new logic limb. And the thing is, Swift's growing big at Google.
Since Google plots a lot of software in the open, what is supposedly a small OS project, Fuchsia, has been in speculation to replace Android in the future.
Google's Fuchsia has stirred up Android fans. Will this be its replacement operating system? We also got a sneak peek at the next OnePlus on our show.
A video shows off what Google might do if and when it replaces Android with a revised mobile operating system. There are pictures, too.