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Woow, who said competition is not interesting, i am waiting this anxiously to see how this will turn?
Will Google come into the market with a bang, or just to be knocked out by microsoft..

Google is developing an operating system (OS) for personal computers, in a direct challenge to market leader Microsoft and its Windows system.

The new OS will be for personal computers, Google are basically saying” Microsoft i’m ready for war”, I Bet the Microsoft are all calling for “Bill”, will this make bill come back to work?? you never know, competition is exciting!!!

Google said netbooks with Chrome OS could be on sale by the middle of 2010.

“Speed, simplicity and security are the key aspects of Google Chrome OS,” it was stated in its official blog.

The operating system, which will run on an open source licence, was a “natural extension” of its Chrome browser, the firm said.

This is obviously after just months before Microsoft launches the latest version of its operating system, called Windows 7.

“We’re designing the OS to be fast and lightweight, to start up and get you on to the web in a few seconds,” said the blog post written by Sundar Pichai, vice-president of product management, and Google’s engineering director Linus Upson.

I CAN’T WAIT!! THIS IS GOING TO BE FUN

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Beet Tv covers the story–In their HEADLINE, IT READS…
MySpace Has been a “Calamity for News Corp,” Michael Wolff

Michael Wolff, who has written a much talked about book about Rupert Murdoch and the rise of News Corp, sees MySpace in a downward spiral. In this interview with Beet.TV, he calls the acquisition of the social media site a “relative calamity for News Corp.” because the giant media company “knows nothing about technology.” On stage with Andy Lack, the head of multimedia for Bloomberg, he said the valuation of MySpace would be somewhere around $600 million, about the purchase price.
Andy Plesser, Executive Producer

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