Google has always maintained that their Chrome Operating System will first see action on laptops while working on a tablet-friendly version later on, but it seems that developers have already started to work on what a future Chrome version might look like by throwing in an alternate new tab page that was specially designed for touchscreen equipped devices. Meant to run web apps instead of native desktop apps, that doesn’t mean the Chrome OS isn’t able to do the latter – it is just more complicated, and to have a touch sensitive user interface which supports gestures, life has just gotten a little bit easier (and better, perhaps?). Expect the initial wave of Chrome OS-powered devices to arrive in markets this summer in the form of notebooks. We’re looking forward to it – you?
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