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Google, one of the premier free-form search engines on the planet, may be getting a little skittish about the Microsoft Longhorn project. Google wants to unleash its search technology on the enterprise and on the desktop, but with Longhorn, Microsoft plans to have that capability built into its operating system and its new file system. Is free-form searching really the next battleground? Or is bringing together two needles in a haystack of information really the holy grail of search technology?

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