Considering the attack in China was made possible by a zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer, one wonders why you have to throw the baby out with the bath water despite you have your own browser, and development of Firefox and the desktop version of Opera rely on Google's financial support, at least try to eat your own dogfood for a while. Besides, switching to Mac or Linux doesn't solve the fundamental problems that allowed the attack to be successful, nor will rule out the possibility of another targeted threat that takes advantage of the 'superior security' offered by OS X.
There are other question as well. Why do you recommend your people to use the OS developed by your brand-new biggest enemy, down there in Cupertino? Why, despite having some of best and brightest engineers and system administrators in the world, you chicken out at the first sign of problems in the horizon? How do you intend to continue to develop Windows-based software without Windows? A virtual machine is not the solution.
I don't know guys, but without an official confirmation from Google, this 'Google ditching Windows' report seems bunk to me. Unless we're talking about ditching Windows for personal use and regular employees, not developers, which would make more sense.