You'll Never Guess What Warren Buffett and Google Have in Common Today

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To be sure, Warren Buffett is often hesitant to invest in tech stocks. But according to the Fool's Steve Symington in the following video, Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway currently holds a significant common interest with Internet search behemoth Google .

Specifically, thanks to the falling costs associated with wind energy, both companies have made enormous investments of late in wind-generated power -- albeit with different end-goals in mind.

So what does this mean for investors? Check out the video below to get Steve's full take, then feel free to weigh in below to let us know what you think of Buffett's shared interest with Google.

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