“The closest we’ve come to operating systems that run at all levels of consumer hardware is, somewhat ironically, Linux. Various flavors of the Linux kernel are used for Android, Chrome OS, set-top boxes, routers and modems, smart devices, and tons of industrial software besides.”
by Michael Crider
Fuchsia a totally new operating system, currently in the very early stages of development at Google. How does it differ from Android and Chrome, and might it replace either one? Let’s break it down.
What Is This Thing? . . .