Google’s mysterious Fuchsia OS has been a skunkworks project at the company for years now, with only small glimpses of the new operating system, and lots of buzz in the media every time some new development takes place. Earlier this year, Google hired a prominent Apple software engineer to help bring the new operating system to market. Interestingly, the project has been up at GitHub since 2016 and you can even play around with an experimental browser-based version over there as well. On Friday, however, Google lifted more of its veil of secrecy for Fuchsia and officially registered the domain Fuchsia.dev, launching a new developer support site, which says obviously the company is getting serious about the project in terms of its legitimacy as a Google initiative.
Read more about the new website dedicated to Google’s Fuchsia operating system on Forbes.