In this week's special (and slightly long) episode of the PC World podcast, editors Robert Strohmeyer, Tim Moynihan, Melissa Perenson, and Nick Mediati discuss the just-announced Google Chrome OS.
The lean, netbook-centric operating system isn't for everyone--especially those who want to run installed applications or store all their media locally--but it is an exciting development for the cloud-computing world.
Will Google Chrome OS take over the world of netbooks, tablets, kiosks, and digital signage? Time will tell, but that won't stop the PC World editors from talking about its potential (or lack thereof).
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