South Korea electronics giant LG could be set to launch new devices based on Google’s Chrome operating system after eagled-eyed industry watchers spotted the firm has begun registering several new trademarks in Australia. Filings for “Chromedesk”, “Chromestation” and “Chromeone” have all been made by LG Electronics’ Korean HQ …
chrome KVM/switch for WinXP refuseniks
Wouldn't sell many, but great publicity.. combine a browser with a hardware KVM/firewall to render legacy XP apps in a Chrome window would eliminate most of the risk of running an unsupported OS. Add in ChromeFrame & ClassicShell hocks and many people wouldn't even know they'd been switch (untill they switched to web apps).. Got to be worth the cost of extra ports
Re: chrome KVM/switch for WinXP refuseniks
A solution that requires purchasing new hardware will likely not catch on. I suspect cost is the main reason so many enterprises are sticking with XP.
Trademarks still available ...
Chrome-magnon, Chromo-sapiens, and, probably the most likely to be used, Chrome Alone
All that glitters
Chromeological, of course.
Eggs Benedict on a chrome [plated] hubcap; as the song goes, "There's no plates like Chrome for the Hollandais...
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