Microsoft, Google Browser War Doubles Down
High profile employees at Microsoft and Yahoo say rival Google's complaints to authorities about a supposed unfair Microsoft practice is a case of the pot calling the kettle black.
These are relatively new voices to the debate, raging in the blogosphere and elsewhere, that have the potential to further shape the outcome of the Google complaints to U.S. and European officials.
The rhetorical salvos result from Google's reported complaints about the new Internet Explorer browser, version 7, from Microsoft, which comes with an embedded Microsoft search engine. Microsoft-Google Browser War Doubles Down
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