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Google moves onto Microsoft’s turf

Google is going head to head with Microsoft by taking the battle to Microsoft’s application heartland, writes Emmet Ryan.

28th July, 2007

Google is going head to head with Microsoft by taking the battle to Microsoft’s application heartland, writes Emmet Ryan.

Google is on a mission to become a onestop shop for IT needs, and PC users look set to reap the benefits.

While best known as a search engine, the internet giant is delivering a wide array of applications which compete with offerings such as Microsoft Office and Outlook. Google Pack is a free...

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