Google was way ahead of Facebook, which was way behind MySpace, KinkedIn and others that have shrunk. I think that the target this time is iTunes and Google might make it if it can avoid Apple's control-freak tendencies. Competition is good!
Cloud computing is for those with clouded judgement. Why would one run an app on-line or store precious data in somebody else's server? Safaricon is now touting it in Kenya as the next big thing. Gullible consumers and companies will actually sign on, to be typing docs, creating databases and manipulating graphics on slooooooooow, unstable connections.
Terminator wrote:They saw facebook and want to kill it. They have seen soundcloud and wish to do the same to soundcloud. Are they getting old and running out of new ideas? Time will tell. The internet is supposed to kill this type of nonsense(vendor lock-in).
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