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Ignore any bad stuff we’re doing, and just think about what Google (NSDQ: GOOG) might be able to do if we weren’t around. That appears to be…

Ignore any bad stuff we’re doing, and just think about what Google (NSDQ: GOOG) might be able to do if we weren’t around. That appears to be the gist of an argument Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) is expected to make next month to the European Commission, which said earlier this year that its “preliminary view” was that the company violated antitrust laws by bundling Internet Explorer with Windows.

The Commission wants the company and computer makers to let users choose a specific browser when they buy a new PC. The New York Times cites an unidentified source who say that Microsoft will respond by claiming “that such a move would strengthen its rival Google

  1. Admittedly, advertising by means of tie-up with other company can contribute a lot to the marketing side of a service company, like in this case. This is supported by an assumption that a PC owner don't have any idea of each company's service quality. Otherwise, PC user won't stick to what is presently installed to his computer.

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