Will Chromebook OS suffer from Android version fragmentation?
I am wondering how the chromebooks will handle their version control? will the manufacturers have any control over it? if so, I think the product is doomed to Android's style of version fragmentation. For example, a lot of Android phones are still running version 2.1 and 2.2, even though 2.3.4 is already out... but the carriers haven't upgrade their users phones yet.
I think chromebook has to avoid this by doing wi-fi upgrades FROM google... not from Acer/Samsung or Verizon. It has be direct from google with no interference.