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Re: Microsoft Leads Anti-Google Antitrust Chorus in EU
Posted by jcwilliams on 2013-04-10 08:19:25
In reply to Rachelle Dragani
The irony here is comical. Microsoft is going after Google for the same practices that got them into hot water years ago. 70% of mobile devices use Android because Android is open and has been around longer.

This is a case where Microsoft is taking their search rivalry with Google into other areas. Microsoft/Bing takes an average of 840 days to release certain functionality through their search engine (http://www.franchisegator.com/google-monopoly/). It seems that mobile is another case of Google doing something first and (arguably) better and Microsoft just fights instead of developing a better, more popular product.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Microsoft Leads Anti-Google Antitrust Chorus in EU  Rachelle Dragani  2013-04-10 08:04:29
Re: Microsoft Leads Anti-Google Antitrust Chorus in EU  PromotorRentaCar  2016-07-26 07:20:08
Re: Microsoft Leads Anti-Google Antitrust Chorus in EU  jcwilliams  2013-04-10 08:19:25
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