Topic: Google strategy
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Google strategy
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interview with CEO
SBM, half of ms revenue, and a growing market
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google's multiple product problems
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interview with marisa mayer
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Yahoo as a content procuder
Search engine competition
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Vista live affecting google
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google woos enterprize developers
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google yahoo mobile strategy
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competition
Yahoo adds jumpcut
אוניברסיטאות עוברות לשירות המייל של גוגל
While Yahoo seems to have its tentacles in dozens of markets, what may be emerging is a prototype for what a media company will look like in the future.
Mail from google HR Adriana Kalfic
Didnt pass the iterview. DAMMMM
Point of interest: DoubleClick purchase: Fighting yahoo on banner and graphic ads
Important recent stratigical equisitions: DoubleClick, GrandCentral, the online powerpoint tool, strategic aliance with YNet, walla
nearly 3 billion mobile phone subscribers in the world expected by the end of 2007
microsoft online storage: google base, amazone S3
Google Apps Premier Edition is available for $50 per account per year and features all the applications available in the free Google Apps for your Domain package launched last summer, including Google Talk, Calendar and Gmail, as well as new additions Docs & Spreadsheets and Gmail support for BlackBerry devices
added San Francisco's JumpCut to the company's social media mix. JumpCut, purchased for an undisclosed amount, lets members create short films by sharing, editing, and combining user-generated clips with stock footage and their own videos
"If Google becomes the platform for Web 2.0 development, it would go to the core of Microsoft's historical advantage."