It is getting closer and closer. A Google PC. Competition is good!
Android gains fans. Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) is considering whether to use Google’s (GOOG) Android operating software for some of its computers. The software, which is free and open-source, could be a viable platform for netbooks, posing a direct challenge to Microsoft’s (MSFT) Windows system. Although no PC maker has yet publicly committed to using Android, many in the industry, including Microsoft, consider an Android-run laptop just a matter of time.
This is the most direct move into the space yet. Gears followed by Chrome went a long way, but a light (and free) OS is a giant leap.