Seriously though; this looks to more like an attack against Apple than Microsoft. The more Google succeeds in getting people to embrace internet-based apps, and blurring the link between their work and their hardware, doesn't that make people more likely to view their entire hardware/software system as a commodity, much the way Microsoft succeeded in delinking hardware and software in the 80s? And the result of that move was to turn hardware into a commodity, which people purchase on the basis of price and performance. Apple nearly died from that change, and is now sustained by price-insensitive hipsters and the iPod.
So in a world in which you do everything online, and Macs and PCs are completely compatible, why would you ever use a Mac? They're more "reliable," sure. Maybe more user-friendly. But you're paying more and more for that ever diminishing difference, as PC makers get better and you do more things online. If you end up doing the same thing on a Mac as a PC, with the same probability of crashing, there's no reason to pay more for the Mac.