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GOS

Abbreviation for:
General Ophthalmic Services
Glasgow Outcome Scale 
Glasgow Outcome Score 
Greater Ormond Street
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Samsung Electronics will delay the launch of its new smartphone powered by Android's Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of the Google operating system. The company decided a new product announcement was not appropriate "while the world was expressing tribute" to Steve Jobs, a Samsung spokesman said, adding that the company has not set a revised date for the release.
Google Operating System 'Andromeda' & Pixel 3 Laptop
India, June 24 -- Google Operating System, a blog that monitors the search giant, has published a screenshot of the new service that states: "Google Mine lets you share your belongings with your friends and keep up to date with what your friends are sharing.
Though Chrome OS has produced some popular devices -- including many of the (http://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Electronics-Laptop-Computers/zgbs/electronics/565108) best-selling laptops on Amazon.com -- the Google operating system remains a niche product, with just 3 percent of the PC market, according to IDC, the research firm.
According to a blog called Google Operating System, the upcoming update will get rid of Maps' sidebar, and will have information in pop-ups, which will appear on top of a full-screen map.
All the talks about Android 5.0 mostly centre on Material Design - how the Google operating system has embraced minimalism like the iOS 7 before it and how it will become downright simple, functional and still downright beautiful.
Google Operating System claims the codes spotted are used by Google to test new features.
And stuffed with the reengineered Google operating system that will bump off KitKat from Android kits are 12 killer features that the upcoming Nexus devices will boast of.
India, June 10 -- Budget Android smartphones are extremely popular in India, and most major manufacturers in the country, as well as some big international names such as Samsung and LG, have been looking to capitalize on the Android craze in India for a while now, offering the rapidly growing Google operating system to users in affordable devices.