Saturday, 8 December 2012

Google Fiber, you had our curiosity. Now you have our attention

Google Fiber, you had our curiosity. Now you have our attention:

"Under Larry Page, Google has developed a dive-first-learn-to-swim-later strategy, a willingness to embrace more risk than most companies making $40 billion a year in revenue would sensibly stomach. There was the push to design Google’s empire of features around Google+, when most of its ad dollars were still tied to search. Then there was the $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobiliy, when it wasn’t clear why Google needed to manufacture phones. (It still isn’t.)"

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