Google is ready to show its hand. Only hours after more details regarding its Chrome OS emerged, the search engine giant has announced that it will reveal more Google goodness at a special event tomorrow.
The event, dubbed the Front End Engineering Open House, will feature a of presentation on Google Maps (led by engineering manager Paul Rademacher) and Chrome OS (led by Google UI designer Ben Goodger), and will be followed by a question-and-answer session. The event takes place at Google’s Mountain View headquaters tomorrow at 6pm, and
registration for the three-hour event is still open (Update: The registration page has since been removed), and if you happen to be in the Bay Area, it may just be worth cramming this one into your schedule.
A variety of Google staff is expected to attend, with members of the Maps, Gmail, Search, and most importantly Chrome OS teams on-hand. What we can expect from the event is currently unknown, but it seems a safe bet to assume that concrete details on how the Chrome OS is shaping up will emerge.
While we wait for tomorrows event to hit, why not take a trip down Google’s memory lane?
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