After OSX and Windows 7 got ported over to Google’s Cr-48 notebook, we knew it was only a matter of time before we saw Google’s own Android operating system running on the device. The same guy behind the first two ports successfully brought the mobile OS over to the (relatively) big-screen. No details have been posted about how he did it, and whether the OS is functional (after all, it is supposed to work with a touchscreen and the Cr-48 doesn’t have a touchscreen) but expect more information to be released when it’s ready for the public. Now let’s see if someone can bring BlackBerry OS or web OS to the notebook!
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- 2011-02-21: Nexus One runs Honeycomb