Google Calendar: Microsoft Fires Back

14. April 2006 15:18

Yesterday, I posted about Google's new online calendar.  Today, I saw a post by Brandon LeBlanc on LonghornBlogs.com about Microsoft's response.  They intend to add a calendar service to their suite of Windows Live services that will compete against Google's Calendar.

In my opinion, the competition between Google and Microsoft is a good thing.  It will be interesting to see how innovative each company really is as their battle for interstellar domination continues.

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