Operating Systems Are The "Old Way," Says Google's Brin

If you have any doubts about what Google is trying to do with Chrome (its new "web browser"), let Sergey put them to rest. Reuters:

Google co-founder Sergey Brin said Chrome was designed to address the shift to using software from within a Web browser rather than as locally installed computer applications running inside Microsoft Windows or some other operating system.

"I think operating systems are kind of an old way to think of the world," Brin told a group of reporters after the news conference at Google's Mountain View, California headquarters. "They have become kind of bulky, they have to do lots and lots of different (legacy) things."