The Pulse on Google's Antitrust Claim

Is the search titan's complaint against Microsoft and its Windows Vista desktop search overblown? The bloggers debate

News of Google's claim that Windows Vista desktop search breaks Microsoft's antitrust agreement broke Saturday in The New York Times (readers must log in before reading the article). The Google (GOOG) complaint, filed with the Justice Dept. and state attorneys general, asserts that the search function embedded in Windows Vista interferes with other desktop search tools, including Google's own.

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