Google has announced several of the hardware partners it is collaborating with on the development of its Chrome-based operating system.
The blog post confirms that Chrome OS will be free, and named a few of the hardware players Google is working with in developing the platform.
"The Google Chrome OS team is currently working with a number of technology companies to design and build devices that deliver an extraordinary end user experience. Among others, these companies include Acer, Adobe, Asus, Freescale, HP, Lenovo, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments and Toshiba," read the post.
Google also revealed that it is looking for full-time Chrome developers in a number of its offices around the world, including London.
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