Chrome OS Gains Touch Support to Make It Viable on Tablets

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We know what smartphones are, what tablets are, and what laptop computers are, but what is the difference between Chrome OS and Android. The separation just became more confusing with the addition of touch support in Chrome OS tablets. It leaves many asking where Google distinguishes the difference between Chrome OS and Android. Two Platforms Chrome OS was designed by Google and based on Linux and the Google Chrome web browser. Released initially in 2011, it’s supported primarily by web apps. Until now it’s only been included on laptops. Android is Google’s mobile OS and is also based on Linux

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