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A New Day Is Dawning for the Technology Market

April 30, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Just given history, it is unlikely we’ll exit the decade with Apple at the top of the pile, and the company that will replace it has yet to be identified. I think Google wants this position more than most, but my expectation is it will eventually get nuked by some government it has pissed off. Granted, the current administration still appears to be giving the firm a pass. I guess having Al Gore on your board does have its benefits.

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