Yeah, let’s try this again: While there have long been rumors that Google (GOOG) wants to expand its Google Fiber Internet and television service to places beyond Kansas City, Capstone analyst Rory Maher on Tuesday said he’s heard from knowledgeable sources that Google is planning to accept new bids for Google Fiber in the near future. Or perhaps, they […]
Really! I know that Senator Kohl is a low-key figure, but he is still rockin’ the consumer protection stuff. So, the story here is that Microsoft, which still dominates the desktop market, has come under fire for enacting policies on its ARM port of Windows 8 as anti-competitive. Mozilla says Microsoft won’t allow rival browsers […]
Just a minor thing here but the Wisconsin State Journal seems to be confused on the value of patents: Wisconsin has a lot of brainpower. Wisconsin entrepreneurs file a slew of patents. And the state’s flagship university alone attracts more than $1 billion a year for research and development. Some background reading: Will the New […]
Just a brief follow up to my previous post about Google and anti-trust questions from the federal gov’t: In Defense of Google There’s an interesting new feature to the iPhone 4S that was recently introduced. Why Apple’s Siri will chip away at Google’s mobile search business: Introduced during Apple’s iPhone event in Cupertino on Tuesday, […]
I find myself in the odd position of defending a very big and powerful company… In case you haven’t noticed, Google has been getting absolutely hammered over their market success. Ars Technica has a summary of Google Chairman Eric Schmidt’s visit to Congress: “Google rigs its results,” say critics at Senate antitrust hearing Google has […]
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