I hate Microsoft
Let's go Google OS
well I support google then. :-)
Short view comments.Reminder : intel has been convicted after a case initiated by amd.Google is not snow-white and Microsoft is not the devil
Micro-WHO? eat them for breakfast please... ps: always remember... it's Balmer... (hoooow much does this cost?)
I believe the trouble is really that Google's market dominance is major:http://commetrics.com/articles/simplicity-wins-again/Of course all to drive its search engine business and stay dominant (see chart in above post).Unfortunately, having more than 70% of the search traffic will result in the competition feeling its is treated unfairly.If Google did nothing wrong, the probe will reveal little if anything. But as Alexis comments above, it will cost the company a few dollars to defend itself.Thanks for sharing this information. We posted a few things about it here:http://cli.gs/pvQpT2UrsMy.ComMetrics.com - benchmark your blog => improve performance
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Monopolies are usually not good but hey, Google just can't help to be the best, what else can we do but use its amazing search engine, honestly ? :-)Google helps you get ahold of documents you will not find easily (or at all...) on specific websites where the information is supposed to be because these websites's search engines suck so much - especially public agencies websistes where the information should be easily available for anyone who's doing a basic search.So, it's them who have a problem, not Google, at least from where I stand = face to face with my computer...
If Google where a political party in Sweden I would be a member, vote for them and helped out for free in the campaign. Oh my God how I hate Microsoft.
Love Google. However, if you really want to prove your claim, you must openly abide by the "AttentionTrust". Please Google those two words, and research it. If we as a nation make law the AttentionTrust (Creative Commons equivalent governing personal data privacy) - Google could peacefully evolve into the incredible structure it deserves to be.
This is all sour grapes from also ran "competitors". I use Google services because they are more open and better for my needs than other services.My concern is that this is really an attempt to get discovery on Google's algorithms and code which the competition will then use.I never understood Europe's idea of capitalism. If a product or service or company is more successful than the competition Europeans for some reason think this is just unfair. Must every company strive to be mediocre?
For those who wish to learn the other side of this issue please see my post about the EU-Google antitrust investigation, which has copious links to research showing that Google is indeed a monopoly and how it is anticompetitively abusing its monopoly position in many ways. http://googlemonitor.com/2010/foundem-fcc-filing-documents-google-search-network-discrimination-window-into-eu-google-antitrust-case/ Scott ClelandPresident Precursor LLC Publisher of GoogleMonitor.com, a watchdog site dedicated to making Google more transparent and accountable
Google is a monopoly using its power to remove its competitors. :[
I do not believe that Googles process of filtering or de indexing companies is a completely automated one which the Holy Algorithm controls. This has a manual element that Google can essentially decide who gets to be in or out or to what level. This in itself is anti-competitive for the big organisations trying to use the web (Google) to promote themselves and for smaller companies like my own can completely put them out of business. This I believe deserves investigating and I for one would like to get some understanding as to how Google decides and only something as large as the EU anti trust can open this up. PS: The ALogorithm can stay closed, it is the manual processes and management decisions that need to be exposed.
This is Microsoft getting what they deserve for 20 years of stifling innovation. Screw them.
My feeling is that the fundamental issue isn't so much that Google has a monopoly in search that it uses to its advantage to deposition and lock out competitors (though it probably has one), but Google's corporate culture. To me, Google has the same type of arrogance that MSFT and Enron had, which ultimately gets the company into trouble. It's traceable to the types of people that they hire(all high-performing Ivy-League types), which leads to a sort of group-think that makes them truly think that they are the smartest guys in the room who can do no wrong; essentially they are tone deaf and blind to the consequences of their actions. I wish the NEXT Google would hurry up and come along and put some humility into Google - ultimately it won't be MSFT that does this, but some other disruptive innovator.
Come on Google - You copied the iPhone with Android, (thanks to the fact that you sat on Apple's Board of Directors and had advance notice of what Apple was building), and are using the money from your advertising business and giving Android away to everyone. This is what Microsoft did with IE many years ago. The behavior of a monopolist.
I see so much love for google.Obviously these people have never been on the other side of the fence.Try opening up an adsense account and advertising with them for a while.Love to see your post after a month.
Politics:- This campaign must properly test the parties’ competing cases on how exactly they will help small businesses get on with this job for student aid. The current debate around employer’s National Insurance Contributions is the right one to be having. Beyond that, though, how can we control the extra costs which new regulations bring in several times a year? And we need to see where the parties stand on the details of business finance. Are they all committed, for example medical school, to the introduction of a credit adjudicator, as outlined in last month’s Budget, with real, statutory powers to force the big banks to behave fairly thanks for lovely posing.
Dear Microsoft,Get a life.
go google go !
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