Is Google Insurmountable?

After Google (GOOG) unveiled new features to its search results yesterday, one analyst is saying that the company’s leadership position has become virtually unshakable.

In a research report, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said that while the new products–Google Search Options, Google Squared and Rich Snippets–were “more evolutionary than revolutionary,” they demonstrated the company’s continued ability to innovate. “The bottom line is that we expect Google’s continued product improvement to allow the company to maintain its leadership position in search for the foreseeable future,” he wrote.

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