While Google is remaining mum about all the details, I’ve learned that they will be demonstrating the new Chrome, Linux-based desktop operating system on Thursday, November 19th.
At this point, I don’t even know if they’ll be releasing it as a beta, although that would be pretty silly of them just to show it off and not let people get their hands on it. Still that may prove to be the case. According to a Google public relations representative, “While this will be more of a technical announcement, we will be showing a few demos that will definitely be of interest to you as well as a complete overview and our launch plans for next year.”
So, while we may not have Google Chrome for Christmas, it appears we will get it sometime in 2010. Last week’s rumors that Chrome would actually be launched in 2010 have been revealed as clearly wrong.