Short Bytes: Google is working on an open source operating system named Fuchsia. Recently, this Magenta kernel-based OS got its new logo. One of the developers also sent the first tweet from a Fuchsia device (emulator). There are indications that Google will target IoT, mobile and PC demographics with Fuchsia OS.Last year in August, we told you about Fuchsia, a new and open source operating system by Google. Originally, the new platform was spotted in Google’s Git repositories. Google describes the OS as “Pink + Purple == Fuchsia (a new Operating System)”.
Just in case you wish to get started with Fuchsia and Magenta (the core platform that powers the Fuchsia OS), you can follow this link.
Fuchsia OS just got a new logo
In the latest development, Google’s open source operating system has got a new logo, Ausdroid reports. Back in August, Fuchsia’s GitHub repo just had a square and colorful logo. The new logo looks a styled infinity loop.
Making further progress, the project has also picked some new features. Apparently, now it has a working device emulator that was able to tweet.
Hello World. This is the first tweet sent on a #Fuchsia device (emulator).
— David Yang (@dvdwasibi) March 10, 2017
I know that you’re dying to know more about Google’s open source Fuschia OS. Here’s everything we know at the moment:
All you need to know about Google’s open source OS Fuchsia
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