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Microsoft, Apple lag behind Google in schools

Google's Chromebook has already captured 58% of the US market in primary and secondary schools

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The Chromebook has gone from a standing start in 2011 to wild popularity in the market for education technology, which tech companies have traditionally viewed as a critical way to win over the next generation of users.

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MICROSOFT Corp's announcement of a suite of new education products on Tuesday shows the company's determination to reverse a major shift that has taken place in US classrooms in recent years: for most educators and school districts, Google's Chromebook is now the computer of

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