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Old 01-17-2010, 04:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Could Google Phone Drive Apple Into Arms of Microsoft?

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A BusinessWeek report suggests that the Nexus One release marks the latest volley in an escalating war between Google and Apple, but could the two companies be better off working together and acting as a check against Microsoft?

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It seems to me like the competition between Apple and Google in the mobile market has pretty much relegated Microsoft to the ash heap. Windows Mobile is a pretty dead platform, both from a hardware and a software perspective.


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