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Bill Gates Worries about Big Blue, not Google

"The biggest company in the computer industry by far is IBM. They have the four times the employees that I have, way more revenues than I have. IBM has always been our biggest competitor. The press just doesn't like to write about IBM," said Gates in an interview on Wednesday ahead of his keynote speech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas...

Wait till the Google-Desktop takes over MS-Office.

What's Google-Desktop? It's how Google will take over your PC via the web. Fits in nicely with a $100 PC don't you think?

What does a web-based desktop look like? Take a look at this.

OK, I admit it has a ways to go, but I know Google will do this right. They're going to add an "open-office" component to the web-desktop. You'll be able to do your word-processing, your spreadsheets, your presentations, your email, your calendar, your RSS subscriptions, your blog, your IM, your VOIP, your video-conferencing, your downloading, your podcasts, your news, your search, and your shopping all at Google.com. That's going to be the real Google Pack!

And that's why AOL went with Google, not Microsoft.

Microsoft will become a B2B software company, and yes, IBM will be the biggest competitor in that space.

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