Why Hasn't Google Put ChromeOS Out to Pasture?
Dec 02, 2011, 14:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"While Google has been extremely successful with the Chrome
browser, it seems home users and businesses are much less
enthusiastic about an operating system based on the browser.
According to a recent report in The Register Chromebook sales are
"unlikely to exceed 30,000 units."
To compare, Google claims 500,000 Android devices activated
every day. Clearly, Chromebook sales leave a lot to be desired.
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