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Amazon and Microsoft Take the Battle to Google

October 4, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Windows Phone Mango and Kindle Fire represent far more of a threat to Google than to Apple. The first appears to be a better alternative than Android currently is, and the second basically usurps Google’s control over its own OS to build a better competitor. That is far more embarrassing to Google and its model, because it makes the firm look like it is made up of idiots who can’t protect their own IP.

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