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Google chief engineer on why a new OS

After showing off features of the not-yet-ready Chrome OS, Matthew Papakipos talks about the operating system with Larry Magid on this podcast.

Google's Matthew Papakipos Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET

Google's Chrome OS PC operating system won't be available until the end of 2010, but the company has unveiled some details as it encourages developers to start creating Web-based software for the operating system.

To find out more, and get a feel how Chrome will affect consumers, I spoke with Matthew Papakipos, Google's chief engineer for Chrome OS.


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