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The following video is part of our daily MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill and advisors Joe Magyer and James Early discuss the day's business and investing news. Today we look at the world of tech giants as both Microsoft and Google are reportedly bidding for control of Yahoo! Plus, Steve Jobs' new biography reveals his vow to go after Google for "grand theft" of the iPhone operating system. Will federal regulators use those comments to add Google to their watchlist?

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