Could Google Unseat Microsoft?

As many of today's major tech companies continue their search for growth, they're now more than ever encroaching on one another's core competencies. Perhaps the best example is Google as it takes increased aim at Microsoft's core strength of operating systems. In the following video, Andrew Tonner, the Fool's technology analyst, speaks with Brendan Byrnes as he breaks down this emerging dynamic that has billions hanging in the balance.

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  • Report this Comment On March 23, 2013, at 8:34 PM, techy46 wrote:

    Google's going to do what Apple, IBM, Red Hat and Sun couldn't do - replace Windows Server in the enterprise data center. With what Androird - an advertising virus the runs mobile PCs for browsing and running childrens applets. Unix has had the opportunity to be the enterprise OS since it was introduced on AT&T, DEC, DG, IBM and NCR minicomputers in the 1970s and now Google's going to do it because children and grandparents get cheap plastic phones and tablets? NOT.

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