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Kronos can refer to:
- Cronus, a Titan, the father of Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Demeter, and Hera.
In computing, technology and science
- Kronos, Annual Tech Fest of ITM University (Gwalior)
- CDC Kronos, an operating system with time-sharing capabilities, written by the Control Data Corporation in the 1970s
- Kronos (computer), a secret 32-bit graphical workstation developed in the Soviet Union in the mid-1980s.
- Kronos Incorporated, a workforce management software and hardware company
- Korg Kronos, a music workstation synthesizer
- Kronos: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis, published between 1975-1988
- Kronos (spacecraft) A proposed space mission to Saturn
- Kronos (band), a brutal death metal band from France
- Kronos (comics), a fictional character in the Marvel Universe
- Kronos Quartet, a string quartet founded by violinist David Harrington in 1973
In film and television
- Kronos (film), a 1957 science fiction film
- Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter, a 1974 horror film
- Kronos (Highlander), a fictional character from Highlander: The Series, portrayed by actor Valentine Pelka
- In the Doctor Who serial, The Time Monster, a creature from outside time that feeds on time itself
- In The Incredibles, the plot concocted by Syndrome, the supervillain of the film
- In the Star Trek universe, another spelling of Qo'noS, the Klingon homeworld
In video games
- Kronos Digital Entertainment, a video game developer
- In Age of Mythology: The Titans, a character with the ability to time-shift buildings
- In God of War (video game), the last Titan and the cruel father of Zeus
- The name of a character in The Last Express, played by Mujahid Abdul-Rashid
- In the video game Xena: Warrior Princess (video game), a level of the game
- In Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness, the name of a technologically-advanced organization
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