I have to say that I was quite shocked this morning when I saw that Google added Skype to the Google Pack. It was always my impression that Google was trying to compete with Skype by offering a no-cost alternative to voice communication with Google Talk.
This raises a big question in my mind then: how does a company get their software into the Google Pack? From the looks of it Google must be accepting some money to get software integrated with the package because I can’t see them putting some of the things in there otherwise. If they weren’t accepting money then wouldn’t they put the free Avast! antivirus in there instead of a 6-month trial of Norton?
News Source: Digital Inspiration