COMPUTERWORLD: Google and Apple continue their war, with the search giant overnight announcing plans to drop support for H.264 from Chrome, even while it continues to develop its very own tablet software to compete with the iPad. Does its code-name — ‘Honeycomb’ — suggest Google plans to turn to distributed computing in an attempt to unseat Apple’s iTunes empire? And how can Apple fight back?

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