Google has made video available of CEO Eric Schmidt’s speech at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week.
At the event, he discussed the company’s current operating system focuses: Android Gingerbread and Honeycomb, and Chrome OS. "We’ve got an OS for phones called ‘Gingerbread’ and one for tablets called ‘Honeycomb’. G and H. You can imagine that the next will begin with I and will be named after a dessert, and it will unite them," he said.
He said Chrome OS is unrelated, as it’s targeted at netbooks and PC. "I learned a long time ago, don’t try to force technology to be merged," he said.
Schmidt also discussed the Chrome browser, HTML5, YouTube, IPv6, competition, and more.