Browsers as operating systems

Browsers as operating systems
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Last week, Google released Google Apps. This is a set of tools aimed at getting small businesses talking. The suite of apps includes Google Talk, Gmail and Google Calendar. Rumours...

Guy Brighton
  • 4 september 2006

Last week, Google released Google Apps. This is a set of tools aimed at getting small businesses talking. The suite of apps includes Google Talk, Gmail and Google Calendar. Rumours on the Internet suggest that they will soon be adding their newly acquired word processing package Writely to the line up. This suite will be free and move Google into direct competition with Microsoft for one of their biggest cash cows, Office (which is going ‘live’ in 2007, meaning all sorts of online collaborative features will be built into the industry standard application suite).

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