Google’s potential Android replacement, Fuchsia, now has a developer site

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After having a hand in the disappearance of mobile operating systems like Symbian and BlackBerry, Google wants to insure that even if Android is someday way past its prime, it has another OS waiting in the wings. So Google has built up a team of more than 100 people to help develop Fuchsia OS, another open source platform. According to Android Police, yesterday Google launched a site for developers at Fuchsia.dev.
Fuchsia doesn’t use the Linux kernel like the Android and Chrome operating systems. Instead it uses the Zircon microkernel; a microkernel is essentially …

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