There’s a new operating system on the horizon, and this one’s so big that it may actually live up to its galactic moniker. Andromeda, a merging of Android and Chrome OS, has the potential to bring Google to the ubiquitous status that Microsoft’s Windows enjoyed in the ’80s and ’90s.

Unlike Microsoft, though, Google’s main business is not in operating systems. Instead, Google makes its money selling ads, and the bulk of that cash comes directly from their own umbrella of services and websites. Ads displayed in YouTube videos, Search, Gmail, Google Maps, and other Google services accounted for… more


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