Sergey Brin and others drop the bomb that Android's dominance is fleeting
During today's media Q&A session, Google clarified its OS roadmap. Because of bandwidth limitations, current processor level, and HTML5's infancy, the company doesn't view ChromeOS, due out later this year, as a mainstream solution. The responsibility of powering phones, TVs, tablets, and well, everything else, will rest squarely on the shoulders of Android, at least for the immediate future.
That near-term future also includes Adobe's Flash, which Google's panel said was the currently the best way to view DRM-protected video. Flash on Android will be demonstrated at tomorrow's keynote.
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