That Darn Google

Discussion in 'Google' started by Bob Maxey, Feb 1, 2013.

  1. Bob Maxey

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  2. zuben el genub

    zuben el genub Well-Known Member
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    Google wants more:
    In Big Shift, Google Aims To Boost Mobile Ad Campaigns - And Its Own Revenues - Forbes

    MS is not happy:
    Microsoft warns: "Don't get Scroogled by Gmail" - Neowin

    Until I can get ads for what I'm interested in:
    Agena AstroProducts - Telescopes, Eyepieces, Binoculars & Accessories for the Astronomy Enthusiast, with FREE US Shipping
    Brother International - Home Sewing Machine and Embroidery Machine PQ-1500S
    Machines like this make your own household accouterments. I can do sheets, pillowcases, curtains - why buy stuff that designers say is in when I don't like it?
    Home | King Arthur Flour
    This is for baking your own with a bread machine - I'm not interested in storebought or a fancy restaurant.

    Don't bother me with anything else. I either already have it or I don't want it.

    I doubt I'll ever see ads for Astronomics, Orion, Vixen,

    Pfaff, Viking, Bernina, Babylock, those are dealer only items. They are not sold except used on Ebay.
     
  3. Digital Controller

    Digital Controller The Real Bass Creator
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    All these ads and so what, Apple is typically just mad at Google for offering good products.
    I mean we have seen Apple's track record of releasing applications and such...pretty bad...

    There will always be issues like this in the world where tech giants are fighting over something...it keeps the innovation up :)
     
  4. zuben el genub

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    Someone else didn't think much of MS dissing Google:
    Microsoft

    I just enjoy the strangeness of these situations. Most companies are acting like spoiled 2 year olds lately.
     

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