Google’s new baby, its latest project which goes by the name Fuchsia, is set to offer a range of interesting new features for users, but at this moment in time, no one is actually certain what it will be for.
For the time being, we know that the OS isn’t going to be using Linux kernel, so it could just be something of a ‘freshen up’ for the search engine giants, but it’s certainly a case of watch this space, for now.
What’s Fuchsia Going To Be For?
It’s all suggestive, but there are some who are of the thinking that Fuchsia may well be used for a “unification” between Chrome OS and Android, amalgamating them into one operating system. Other suggestions on the table include the OS being used to power hardware; Google’s OnHub router, for instance.
Before everyone gets too carried away, we need to clarify that it’s all speculation until we hear further news, but you can get a little bit excited about the only real description of Fuchsia is what it says at the top of the GitHub page: “Pink + Purple == Fuchsia (a new Operating System)”, if you want?
Hopefully, we’ve got you suitably antsy for more information as and when we get it, and we’ll be sure to keep you up to date with any other digital commerce news that comes up in the process!