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Google finally unveiled some information about it software. Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt at the Web 2.0 Expo, made a short presentation using the new feature, which he said would be launched soon.
"It's a way of doing presentations," he said in a keynote address. "Collaboration is a killer app for how communities work."
Google executives' claims that the company is not competing with Microsoft, industry insiders, including Battelle, say that by offering free online versions of fee-based Microsoft desktop software, Google is targeting Microsoft's cash cow. And Microsoft's response--Windows Live--has not exactly paid off.
Google made a partnership with Tonic Systems, recently acquired, to develop the software, reports TG Daily.
Rumors are saying that this software will be a competition between Google and Microsoft. The software PowerPoint from Microsoft could compete with new coming app from Google.
Eric Schmidt added that Google’s web application has different features sets and do not have all the functionality of Microsoft’s suite.
Schmidt did not specific the release date, but an unofficial information tells that will be available starting this summer.