Facebook takes on Google, building own operating system

Facebook takes on Google, building own operating system

In an offer to end reliance on Google’s Android working framework, Facebook is currently chipping away at to construct its own OS without any preparation to control its equipment dreams. As indicated by a report in The Information, Facebook has given the assignment to fabricate its own OS to Mark Lucovsky, the co-writer of Microsoft’s OS called Windows NT.

“We truly need to ensure the cutting edge has space for us. We don’t figure we can confide in the commercial center or contenders to guarantee that is the situation. As we’re going to do it without anyone’s help,” Facebook’s Vice President of Hardware Andrew Bosworth was cited as saying.

Facebook is as of now constructing AR/VR headsets like Oculus and has forayed into video calling gadgets like Portal that as of now runs Android OS.

“In Burlingame, California… , development is in progress on a 770,000-square-foot new grounds, with the limit with respect to around 4,000 workers, that will be dedicated completely to a thriving Facebook bunch making new equipment,” the report referenced.

The internet based life goliath has groups taking a shot at its own custom silicon chips and a voice right hand controlled by computerized reasoning.

Huawei, then again, is likewise fabricating its own OS called ‘HarmonyOS’ which will show up on its cell phones in 2020.

Wang Chenglu, President of Chinese aggregate Huawei, has uncovered that the organization is good to go to bring its hand crafted working framework HarmonyOS to its cell phones territory in 2020.

As indicated by him, HarmonyOS that will be accessible all around won’t supplant Android as Huawei still treats Android as favored OS by decision however things will begin proceeding onward this front one year from now.

“In case we’re still not permitted (by the US government) to get to Google’s Android administration, we will consider utilizing our own HarmonyOS. Actually, our OS is prepared,” Chenglu was cited as saying in media reports.

Facebook Google