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Chinese Company To Launch Office Competitor

As if Google jumping into this game along with OpenOffice.org wasn't enough, a Chinese company called Evermore (quoth the raven, although we think he actually said "nevermore") is launching a Web-based productivity suite. Good luck with that, Evermore. Nobody has knocked Office off of its throne yet. Then again, with a market like China in its back yard, it might not matter how well Evermore's suite takes off anywhere else.

Posted by Lee Pender on August 11, 2009 at 11:55 AM


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