Tag Archives: Google

Europe anti-trust trial against Google

Europe says Google is wrong placing its own preferred results at the top of the results page. Guys, are you stupid?! Google is building all the results! placing a result anyware in their own structure is a fucking decoy!

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We’re closing to protect ourselves

Google has done this move to protect itself from fragmentation, says Bloomberg / Google. Well, that’s a bit exaggerated: 1. Fragmentation means letting everybody hack and mod the Android OS until it looks and behaves cool enough to be sold … Continue reading

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Google takes a reasonable cut from in-app purchase

30%. Compared to Apple’s outrageous 30% from the same service, Google approaches the issue in a much more humane and thoughtful way. You should also remember it’s only around 50k of the total apps in Market that are paid apps … Continue reading

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Google search ranking issues

I may not be the only one to notice it; Scott Cleland says it from a different perspective:  “Let me be clear, as I have long said, my problem with Google is not that it discriminates against content in its … Continue reading

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Who paid the peanuts and who got the monkeys

Horace Dediu on Nokia / Microsoft stopping Google’s Android from gaining more market share: Quite the contrary, the removal of Symbian from the marketplace will accelerate the penetration of Android in emerging markets. (…) Android will gain the largest share … Continue reading

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The herd

If you put a sheep to lead the herd, instead of a ram, there are several consequences you’ll notice: – the herd will eventually move in circle: the leading sheep will try to follow, and the tail of the herd … Continue reading

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The Search of Doom

“Google was designed to play the role of a passive observer of the internet: web content was created for people, not specific Google queries, and Google would look around, take inventory of what was available, and give it to people … Continue reading

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