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Competition for Google Chrome OS: The New Internet Operating System semYOU

Already before the official start of its Chrome OS, Internet giant Google gets serious competition: The development team of the first semantic Internet operating system semYOU was able to create a novel WebOS that not only fundamentally simplifies Internet use but also re-invents it from the ground up: The semYOU desktop presents a totally new kind of software use and makes all important functions available “on demand” via a mouse click.

While Google plans to sell the applications for Chrome OS in a web store, semYOU supplies its users free of charge with the most important and popular functions: With semYOU, business workers process their Office documents and manage deadlines, private users enjoy music worldwide, maintain their social network or leaf through photo albums. Most importantly, online communication becomes a lot easier: With only a single login, all social networks like XING, Facebook, studiVZ or LinkedIn can be used. Already existing data, documents and e-mails can be very easily imported via drag-and-drop.

The semYOU team is convinced: The future foundation for operating systems is the Internet. For this reason, the semYOU web operating system works in every browser like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera or Google Chrome – without any installation and bothersome updates. Optionally, individual semYOU applications can also be called up directly via the local desktop. In connection with free online memory space, users can have worldwide access to all personal data such as e-mails, deadlines, Office documents, music or photos via semYOU.

The official Beta Phase for the first semantic WebOS starts on August 4, 2010. For more information about semYOU, visit: www.semyou.com.

About the semYOU company
German entrepreneur Volker Jahns founded the semYOU start-up company in Switzerland in 2010. There is another branch in Los Angeles/California. The company currently has a permanent staff of two employees. Its core business is the development of the first semantic online operating system semYOU that gives users a totally new web experience.

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