If you have listened to Google grapevin for the last few years, you may already have information about Fuchsia. In early 2016, there were rumors about a new operating system for Android, and since then, some more information has been leaked to the community.
Fuchsia is an OS software like Android and Chrome, but similarities begin to unravel. Unlike two older siblings, Fuchsia is not based on Linux. This means we’re looking at a completely new creature – not based on the previous technology. The details are still quite inadequate, but as far as we know, the most outstanding quality of Fuchsia will be its versatility.
This operating system can support up to ARM, MIPS and x86 processors on desktops and laptops, and topple over to the original core to function and work well with small devices such as your smartphone or embedded systems. According to Google, OS ’targets phones and modern personal computers mikrodalga but it is also possible to lock it with various kişisel smart tools ler around the home, like the new Alexa microwave in Amazon.
Fuchsia will still work with Android’s apps, but it will also provide more frequent updates to any handheld devices, including OS, as well as advanced security and privacy options, voice recognition support (such as Siri or Alexa), intelligent speakers and their artificial intelligence. Given the prevalence of smart home appliances and home appliances in 2018 this is probably a step up for Google.
Will there be better Privacy Settings?
In short, yes. This aspect of the project seems to have opened an internal lawsuit for Google designers. This is because Google (like Facebook) generates most of its revenue from targeted ads based on activity and location. Because Fuchsia will have stronger privacy settings, the company seems to have squeezed its own feet.
Software engineers for Fuchsia applied encrypted user keys to protect information whenever an update was made. This means that every time you update with Fuchsia, your files will get that thick armor (alleged) that makes your data more secure. Considering the recent public bulge associated with privacy issues and data violations with Facebook, you might think that a better security-oriented operating system will sell like hotcakes. Unfortunately, from now on, Google’s ad is trying to suppress the idea of canceling targeted advertising policy; this means that Apple’s security is still on top of the tough competition.
When will it open to the public?
In the last week’s Pixel 3 launch we were shocked not to have a review about Pie Android ‘or‘ Android Pie inceleme once. For a company with a large marketing department (and a clearly described presentation), the decision seems to be intentional. BGR writer Chris Smith also shrewdly pointed to the removal of ‘Android erek from the Google Play Store, simply changing it to say’ messages’. B
Jeffrey Grossman, one of the founders, said, sıfır Getting away from Android could give Google the opportunity to push the reset button on any fault they believe they did ten years ago. Kur Google They can regain some of the power to which they are handed over to device manufacturers and telecom carriers. Starting from the ground, it can be a wise decision after the Pixel 3 reception – people are eager to get a new, more powerful software – and to build something from the ground of faith and ground the innovation that should remain on top.