January 5, 2013

Why Is Google at War with Microsoft?

Larry Seltzer, InformationWeek


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The incidents of Google making things difficult for users of Windows 8 and Windows Phone keep piling up. Google seems to be afraid of Windows Phone, Windows 8 and the Microsoft services associated with them. The threat these pose to Google is serious enough that it doesn't just ignore Windows 8 and Windows Phone, but actually take active measures to make them less usable.

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