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We weren't quite prepared to speculate that Google might have a "one more thing" moment with Andromeda, but this tweet has potentially made the connection we couldn't.

What could be as important as the announcement of Android itself? Lockheimer has set expectations that this will be an event of for Google worthy of comparison to the birthdate of the world's most popular operating system. And at this point, we're feeling pretty good that "something" is Andromeda, just as The Wall Street Journal predicted a year ago (seriously, hats off for that scoop).

The limited connectivity issue is a vexing problem partially because the error is so freggin’ nebulous and also because you can easily waste an entire day trying to fix it.

You actually don’t need to go to such bold lengths…

Specifically: Google would fold major portions of Chrome OS into Android to push the resultant hybrid Android OS to a place it has failed to catch on - laptops (and similar devices like convertibles or 2-in-1s).

The Journal went on to claim that this merged OS wouldn't be ready for primetime until 2017, and we still believe that's the case.

While rumors that Android and Chrome OS would merge are seemingly as old as the coexistence of the operating systems themselves, those rumors began solidifying nearly a year ago, thanks to a report from The Wall Street Journal.

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