John Solomon, vice president and general manager of Chrome OS at Google, discusses the evolution of the operating system over the past decade and how the pandemic has impacted business. For more on litigation surrounding incognito mode, José Castañeda, Google spokesperson, provided the following statement after the interview: "We strongly dispute these claims and we will defend ourselves vigorously against them. Incognito mode in Chrome gives you the choice to browse the internet without your activity being saved to your browser or device. As we clearly state each time you open a new incognito tab, websites might be able to collect information about your browsing activity during your session.”