Acer has announced availability of the new Google Android (Linux) OS on their AOD250 netbook. This represents a trend toward a ‘data pad’ device mid way between the smart phone and the netbook. Google OS is due in the second half of 2010 to compete head to head with Microsoft Windows and Microsoft may loose significant market share to Google (Linux).
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IBM Thursday announced upgrades to and a roadmap for its 15-month-old Lotus Symphony suite of productivity tools, emphasizing it indeed offers an alternative to Microsoft Office. Symphony 1.3, features support for Microsoft Office 2007 file formats such as .docx, xlsx, and .pptx.
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