“Today, search-engine giant Google will all but declare war on Apple and Microsoft,” Jake Tapper reports for ABC News. “At the computer industry’s largest trade show going on right now in Las Vegas, ABC News has learned that Google co-founder Larry Page will roll the dice and announce two huge developments. One takes a direct shot at Apple’s iTunes: Google will begin to sell videos from the National Basketball Association, CBS and other major content providers, as first reported Thursday in The Wall Street Journal.”
“The other: ‘Google Pack,’ a new downloadable bundle of software that includes Google Maps but also RealVideo and antivirus software, will compete with industry giant Microsoft,” Tapper reports.
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