Google is targeting the netbook market, among other platforms, for its new Chrome operating system, which will compete against Microsoft Windows and will name
its PC maker partners within a few days, the company said today. The Linux-based software -- set to debut in late 2010 -- differs from Google's Android-based operating system in that Chrome OS will be geared for larger devices, although the products will apparently overlap in the netbook space.

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