Google is starting to reveal the secrets of its experimental Fuchsia OS

Google is starting to reveal the secrets of its experimental Fuchsia OS

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<em>Android and Chrome chief Hiroshi Lockheimer speaking at a live recording of </em>The Vergecast<em> at Google I/O 2019 in Mountain View, California. </em>

Google Fuchsia remains shrouded in mystery, but the company is slowly beginning to open up about the next-generation operating system, what its purpose is, and what devices it might power. At Google’s I/O developer conference this past week, Android and Chrome chief Hiroshi Lockheimer offered some rare insight into Fuchsia, albeit at a very high level, in front of public audiences.

What we do know about Fuchsia is that it’s an open source project, similar to AOSP, but could run all manner of devices, from smart home gadgets to laptops to phones. It’s also known to be built on an all-new, Google-built kernel called “zircon,” formerly known as “magenta,” and not the Linux kernel that forms the foundation of Android and Chrome OS.

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