Microsoft's War on Apple

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The following video is this week's Motley Fool Money radio show, with Chris Hill, Ron Gross, James Early and Joe Magyer. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer left no doubt this week that his company is gunning for Apple. In an interview, Ballmer declared: "We are trying to make absolutely clear we are not going to leave any space uncovered to Apple. We are not. No space uncovered that is Apple's." In this segment the guys analyze whether Microsoft can truly win this war of technology giants and offer what they believe Microsoft's best bet for a winning product or service will be over the next year.

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