Apple and Google Draw the Battle Lines...Again
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Most observers know well the rivalry between Apple and Google in the mobile market. The companies have traded blows both in the marketplace and in the courtroom in order to see their products take the upper hand with consumers. Now we see the same battle lines taking shape in the area many investors expect these companies to enter -- the living room. Google recently announced a sweeping overhaul to its GoogleTV strategy, and many investors expect Apple's next big product innovation to be a TV as well. Listen in to hear exactly how these companies plan on changing your living room forever.
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