Google is tipped to be developing another new operating system, this time for the Internet of Things. This new operating system is code-named “Brillo” and will connect all devices connected to the internet. This software may be launched under the Android brand and could have the ability to run on low-powered devices. This would be another open source operating system that would allow companies of all sorts to join in on the web-connected party with ease, and more importantly, cheaply, too.

 Sources speaking with The Information suggest that Google’s software could be released – or at least revealed – at next week’s developer-based convention, Google I/O 2015. It’s also tipped that this operating system could be released with a very basic build at first, able to connect to the web and connect devices to one another, but not one whole heck of a lot else right out of the box.

Source: Engadget