Google Chromebook Goes Into the Market

Google’s Chrome OS revolves around the idea of a cloud-centric existence. Every application you need runs on the Web, whether it’s a productivity tool like Google Docs or a game like Angry Birds. Your documents, files and email are all stored online in services like Google Docs, Dropbox and Gmail. The PC itself becomes a mere vessel to your virtual life; you could smash it and replace it with a new one and you wouldn’t notice a difference.

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