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Google Presentations

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 18-Apr-2007 08:10

This is very different from everything we've seen before: Google is announcing in advance they are working on Presentations, a natural follow-up to the Google documents and spreadsheet offerings on-line, currently complemented by Google Calendar (pictured) and Google Mail (GMAIL).


The technology is being developed by Tonic Systems, a company based in San Francisco and Melbourne, recently acquired by Google.

And to think that "Microsoft Office Live" is not the Microsoft Office package being offered on-line. What a bad branding decision. In the meantime Google is eating the pourridge from the edges.



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