It is highly very likely that Google will ever release anything without any of the speculations.
Google is all excited about it's latest buzz -- The Chrome Operating System, so are we all.
It is become pretty clear by now that Google will not be able to launch stable version of Chrome OS this year.
Interestingly, Google Chromium is open source, quite unlike Android.
Microsoft has claimed its Internet Explorer 8 and IE9 browsers to have outgrown the usage share gains posted by Chrome last month.
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