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Google to unveil software package at CES

Google to unveil software package at CES

Robert Vamosi Former Editor
As CNET's former resident security expert, Robert Vamosi has been interviewed on the BBC, CNN, MSNBC, and other outlets to share his knowledge about the latest online threats and to offer advice on personal and corporate security.
Robert Vamosi
According to the Wall Street Journal, Google cofounder Larry Page, in his CES keynote this afternoon, will unveil a new package of software designed to provide a robust alternative to Microsoft's offerings. Slated to be included are:

  • Google Desktop Search
  • Google Earth (mapping)
  • Google Picasa (image editing)
  • Google Talk (IM)
  • Google Toolbar

In addition, there will be contributions from third-party vendors, such as:

  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Symantec Norton AntiVirus
  • Adobe Reader (PDF reader)
  • RealPlayer (media player)
  • Trillian (IM)
  • Lavasoft Ad-aware (antispyware)