According to weblog Google Blogoscoped, Google Chrome is spoofing its user agent at Hotmail, Microsoft's popular but much-maligned webmail application. Why?
If we weren't the types who give folks the benefit of the doubt, we might suggest that Microsoft's playing a touch dirty to fend off Google's competing browser. Then again, as one Microsoft employee says, Hotmail services millions of users—and Chrome is used by such a small percentage of those users—that the bug will be addressed. It's just not a high priority. Regardless, the Google, Microsoft, and Apple power struggle via Chrome, Hotmail, and Safari is a saucy one.