UPDATE: Google combines spreadsheets and word processing

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Tim Higgins

Google is expected to introduce today a hybrid version of its online spreadsheet and word processing applications today. As such, Writely, the company Google acquired for online word processing, will lose its original name in favor of the new title “Google Docs”..

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