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Microsoft Officially Hiring "Google killers"

Valleywag writes:

"After more than a decade of trans-Atlantic antitrust scrutiny, one would think Microsoft would be, oh, I don't know, subtle about its ambitions to destroy a competitor. Someone in Microsoft's European HR offices didn't get the message. A poster advertising jobs at Microsoft Europe lists, among other qualities it's looking for in candidates, the ability to be a "Google killer."

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Relcom3506d ago

in future ethics books they will examples as what not to do.

deeznuts3506d ago

Why not just rehire their Netscape killers?

They are also looking for Sony and Nintendo killers too. No word yet if any are working on the MS waggle controller.

decapitator3506d ago

Google killer ? lol

Microsoft ain't playing at all but nothing can kill google. At least not for a while.

Skerj3506d ago (Edited 3506d ago )

I'm glad Google came and dethroned everyone. Hell if it weren't for them Yahoo AND MSFT's Hotmail would still be giving people like 10mb for webmail or some lameness.

decapitator3506d ago

Agreed. The whole over a gig space limit totally changed things around.

meepmoopmeep3506d ago (Edited 3506d ago )

that's why i'm a full supporter of google.

and the fact that you can use any client software to send/receive your email for FREE. and the other google apps that are free.

i hope google buries microsoft in a grave.

Skerj3506d ago

Yeah I set my phone up so I can read my gmail through the Windows Mobile 6 message application, it's so seamless I love it. Google makes moves and they don't charge, I'm very interested in seeing what the Android OS is about. I might end up moving to support that instead of WM6.

DomUltra3506d ago

Sigh, Microsoft, I see no difference persona wise between EA and Microsoft.

meepmoopmeep3506d ago (Edited 3506d ago )

they have too much of an american ego. always wanting a war with everyone and trying to consume everything in greed.

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