Google took a big step toward challenging Microsoft's dominance in computer word-processing and spreadsheets with the announcement Tuesday that it would distribute Java technology from Sun Microsystems.Source: Wired News: A Challenge to MS Office
Errr... How does that follow? Just because a Happy Meal comes bundled with LEGO Bricks doesn't mean McDonalds is challenging the housing construction industry.
And, since when was OpenOffice based on Java? Last I heard, WordPerfect for Java was doomed back in 1997. I thought NeoOfficeJ was based in Java, but not OpenOffice.
(Update: It's Lego, not Legos. Also: LEGO Gets Pissy About Brand Name)