Google is developing its own PC operating system in its latest attempt to move into a new market and threaten established rivals.
Chrome, which shares its name with Google's web browser, will be first seen on netbooks in 2010.
Here's a round up of the silicon.com coverage of the technology that could have Microsoft quaking in its boots...
- Google to launch netbook operating system next year
Chrome sweet Chrome
Google has announced it is developing an operating system based on its browser, Chrome.
- Google Chrome: Do PC makers really want another OS?
Need to feel the love for Chrome to shine
Google is gearing up for an assault next year on Microsoft's dominance in PC operating systems, yet the companies that would have to be complicit in the battle are keeping quiet.
- What does Google's Chrome OS mean for Android?
Feel the pincer movement
Given Google already seems to have a viable netbook operating system in Android, why does it need Chrome OS too?
- Chrome OS: What Google can do, Ubuntu does better
News analysis: Chrome moans
Following Google's announcement it's joining the OS party, Renai LeMay asks, has the search giant got what it takes to fully embrace open source?
- Google reveals who's on board for Chrome hardware
A is for Acer, Adobe and Asus
Google has named the hardware companies that will make products tailored for its recently announced Chrome operating system.