Why Google needs to put Chrome OS in developer hands

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Apparently, I wasn’t the only one who noticed that, during Google’s presser unveiling of the Pixel 3 and Pixel Slate, the word “Android” wasn’t mentioned a single time.

Who’s Google turning into now? Amazon? The open-source OS that shall not be named?

Why is Google not using the ‘Android’ name?

There may be a number of reasons for this: As a brand name, Google already appears to be phasing out Android, as it pertains to platforms (with Android Wear becoming Wear OS), and dropping the moniker from a number of its own apps, such as with Pay and Messages, preferring to just use the name Google as the main brand for many of its applications and

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