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 08.12.2010   Google su Chrome, Web Store, Chrome OS e Chrome notebook
 

Con un evento tenutosi ieri a evento a San Francisco, in California, negli U.S., Google ha fornito al grande pubblico tutte le ultime novità in merito a tre suoi grandi progetti, ovvero il browser Chrome, il Web Store e il Sistema Operativo Chrome OS, unitamente all'hardware a cui esso sarà abbinato.

In merito a Chrome, Google ha evidenziato che il numero di utilizzatori del programma di Web Surfing, la cui miglior dote, a detta dello sviluppatore, è la velocità, ha raggiunto la soglia dei 120 milioni, ed è dunque triplicato rispetto a quello dello scorso anno, allorquando gli utenti di Chrome erano soltanto 40 milioni.

Google ha inoltre sottolienato che lo store on line Chrome Web Store è finalmente operativo, anche se al momento è disponibile soltanto per gli U.S., mentre nella prima parte del prossimo anno sarà aperto a numerose altre nazioni del panorama internazionale, al fine di raggiungere "milioni di utenti in tutto il Mondo". Gli sviluppatori hanno già avviato l'upload di applicazioni, o "apps", temi ed estensioni per il browser Chrome. Il numero dei prodotti offerti dallo store è comunque destinato a crescere con il passare dei giorni, se non delle ore.

Ma il piatto forte dell'evento organizzato da Google è senza dubbio rappresentato dal Sistema Operativo "costruito e ottimizzato per il Web", Chrome OS. Annunciato circa un anno fa, l'OS che vuole essere un browser avanzato ma non solo richiede una piattaforma hardware specifica, in grado di sfruttarne appieno le caratteristiche e le potenzialità.

Si tratta essenzialmente di notebook, o meglio di "Chrome notebook" per dirla con il gigante di Mountain View, non ancora disponibili sul mercato, oggi esistenti in numero limitato come "pre-beta computers", privi di brand e ogni altro logo, ed equipaggiati con uno schermo da 12.1-inch, tastiera full-size, touch-pad e modem integrato agganciato ai servizi 3G del gestore statunitense Verizon.

I notebook, che garantiscono una durata della batteria pari a 8 ore, a breve saranno forniti ai primi tester (utenti selezionati, sviluppatori, aziende e scuole) nell'ambito di un programma "pilot", che inizialmente interesserà i soli U.S. e che, in accordo a Google, sarà progressivamente esteso a tutti i paesi in grado di ottenere la necessaria certificazione.

I Chrome notebook saranno immessi sul mercato nella prima parte del 2011; i primi system builder che li realizzeranno saranno Acer e Samsung, ma non mancheranno in seguito i prodotti di altri Google partner.



On the Chrome team, we’re constantly amazed by the speed of innovation on the web. We designed Chrome to make the web shine, and we hope our upcoming efforts will help support this vibrant ecosystem even more. By making the web faster, helping people discover great apps, and making computers more fun to use, the next year of computing should be even more exciting than the last one.

Chrome

This year, the number of people using Chrome has tripled from 40 to 120 million. Speed is what people love most about Chrome, and we’re always working to make the browser even faster. Therefore we’re bringing Google Instant to the Omnibox, showing search results and loading web pages as you type. We’ve also overhauled V8, Chrome’s JavaScript engine. It now runs complex JavaScript programs up to twice as fast as before. These two features are available in our early access channels and will be rolling out to all users soon.

Chrome Web Store

Today the Chrome Web Store is open for business. Developers have already started uploading apps, and we expect the number to grow over time. Right now the store is only available in the U.S., but will expand to many countries and currencies early next year. The store will be featured prominently in Chrome, helping people discover great apps and developers reach millions of users around the world.

Chrome OS

Last year, we announced our effort to design an operating system that is built and optimized for the web. Many people already spend all their time in a web browser, and by building an operating system that is essentially a browser, we can make computers faster, much simpler and fundamentally more secure.

We’re not done yet, but Chrome OS is at the stage where we need feedback from real users. Some of the features of Chrome OS require new hardware, but we didn’t want to sell pre-beta computers. Instead we’re launching a pilot program where we will give test notebooks to qualified users, developers, schools and businesses. We're starting with the U.S. and will expand to other countries once we get the necessary certifications. To participate in the pilot program, visit the Chrome notebook website.

The test notebooks exist only to test the software—they are black, have no branding, no logos, no stickers, nothing. They do have 12.1 inch screens, full-sized keyboards and touch pads, integrated 3G from Verizon, eight hours of battery life and eight days of standby time. Chrome notebooks are designed to reach the web instantly, are easy to share among friends and family, and simply by logging in, all of your apps, bookmarks and other browser settings are there. Setting up a new machine takes less than a minute. And even at this early stage, we feel there is no consumer or business operating system that is more secure.

In the first half of next year Chrome notebooks will be available for sale from Acer and Samsung. More manufacturers will follow. Also, Chrome OS is designed to work across a wide range of screen sizes and form factors, enabling our partners to deliver computing devices beyond notebooks.

We’re excited to get Chrome notebooks into the hands of users. The data from our test pilots is key to building something wonderful. We look forward to working together to make computers better.





Source: Google Press Release
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Tags: chrome  |  google  |  notebook  |  sistema operativo  |  store  |  web

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