"Then, in 2008, they made their first direct strike at
the desktop with the release of their own Web browser: Google
Chrome. Now, Matthaus Krzykowski and Daniel Hartmann, founders of
the stealth startup Mobile-facts, have found that you can take
Google's smartphone operating system, Android, and use it as a
desktop operating system.
"In fact, the dauntless duo found that it took them only "about
four hours of work to compile Android for the netbook. Having done
so, we (Daniel Hartmann, that is) got the netbook fully up and
running on it, with nearly all of the necessary hardware you'd want
(including graphics, sound and the wireless card for internet)
running." In short, they found that Android was already a desktop
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