Will Google dump Android for Fuchsia?
Google’s new Fuchsia operating system doesn’t use the Linux kernel.
Instead the company has created its own microkernel called Magenta.

Google has given the world its first look at Fuchsia, and many people are wondering if the company will eventually replace Android with Fuchsia.Ron Amadeo reports for Ars Technica:
With any new project at Google, it’s hard to know what the scale of the project will be.
Is this a “20 percent” project that will be forgotten about in a year or something more important? Luckily, we have a direct statement from a Fuchsia developer on the matter.
In the public Fuchsia IRC channel, Fuchsia developer Travis Geiselbrecht told the chat room the OS “isn’t a toy thing, it’s not a 20% project, it’s not a dumping ground of a dead thing that we don’t care about anymore.”To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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