Google’s New Mobile OS Will Have A Distinctly Non-Linux Hue
Google has been developing a new open source OS called “Fuchsia” for smartphones, tablets and other devices, which could be unveiled as early as this summer. Little has been revealed about the new OS since it first came to light last year. However, new details that surfaced last week have been making the rounds. Fuchsia apparently will move Google away from its long association with Linux. Google plans to dump not only the Linux kernel, but also the General Public License, one of the most popular licenses in the free and open source software universe. The default user interface for Fuchsia, called “Armadillo,” is based on the mobile app Flutter’s software development kit and split into two separate apps — Armadillo and Armadillo user shell.
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