Google has revealed that Fuchsia OS, its new in-house operating system, is finally coming to a real device, the first-generation Nest Hub. But if you're expecting big changes, you'll be disappointed.
Google's letting members of the public submit code to its Fuchsia operating system repositories. The firm has been working on Fuchsia since 2016 and this move could speed up development.
According to changes made to the Android's Gerrit source code management, Google's long in the works Fuchsia OS will be able to run Android apps using a specialized version of Android Runtime.
Google source code suggests that the web giant may be making it possible to boot Windows from the Pixelbook natively. The work may also allow developers to boot Fuchsia OS up more easily.
A new Google Play Services beta build suggests that Android Wear will go under the moniker Wear OS. The re-brand comes just months after Google merged Android Pay and Google Wallet into Google Pay.
Google has been working on their mysterious operating system called Fuchsia for quite some time now. The OS is now able to be installed on Pixelbook laptops and other selected devices.
In August last year, reports emerged that Google was working on a unified OS for phones, tablets, PCs, and IoT. Now, we can take another look at the rather interestingly codenamed "Fuchsia" OS.
Google appears to be working on a new operating system called Fuchsia. The OS will run across phones, tablets, PCs and IoT device, unifying the Google ecosystem. Details of the OS are still scarce.