Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
It has been difficult for Google to explain away the seeming conflict between Chrome OS and Android.
Saying that Chrome is for the Internet and Android for devices, requires a belief that users actually make the distinction.
They don't and Google knows it, but only co-founder Sergey Brin can say so.
In this case, it is the Emperor seeing his subjects' new clothes. Or the profound lack thereof.
During the presentation, other Google execs described a "perfect storm of converging trends" that somehow required it to develop and support two separate operating systems.
Maybe converging trends lead to converging operating systems? Could be, just ask Sergey Brin.