Is Google planning to release a kid-friendly or student-friendly laptop that runs the Google Chrome OS operating system?
This is just speculation, understand.
But this week, Google acquired a handful of Spark Laptop domain names like SparkLaptop.com and SparkLaptops.com through the internet brand protection company MarkMonitor. According to WHOIS history, before November 29, the domains were privately registered. Now the WHOIS records show Google as the registrant.
Google began selling its Chromebook personal computer commercially this past summer, which were produced by Samsung and Acer.
Last year, Best Buy partnered with Toshiba to develop a line of laptops made for kids called First Spark.
It is possible that Google is planning to develop a similar laptop? Or does Google have entirely different plans for the names?
Guess we’ll have to wait and see.
(Photo of Acer Chromebook via Steven Walling)