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January 18, 2013

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Larry Page doesn't seem to have much class. Just shows he can laugh all the way to the bank but still can't buy any class. How would he feel if someone made that comment about one of his family after they had passed? Shameful.

Is that why Apple's revenues are going to 6X that of Google's for the Christmas quarter? Because Apple's a bore.
I'm reading on the net that Google's the next Yahoo because it's failed to monetize Android or Google+.
Larry should be more concerned about growing Google that criticizing Apple or Facebook.

Larry Page took aim at Apple's product philosophy by stating that "You may say that Apple only does a very, very small number of things, and that's working pretty well for them. But I find that unsatisfying."

I think that's pretty close to what Larry's last girlfriend said.

Schmidt is such a creepy bastard. Now he's counseling Page to seem like more of a douche than he ever did.

I used to be a big fan of Google until I began seeing more and more behavior that made some of Microsoft's tactics from the 90's pale in comparison.

"How well is that working"

Considering that Google will have to and its OTA members (for the most part) are already paying for IP, I would say that the jury is still out. Android isn't the "free" and "open" OS that is has been touted as. It's Google controlled and currently, inexpensive. And for the record, only Samsung is making any substantial profits as a member of the OTA and even then, Apple still generates near 80% of industry profits from smartphones and tablets.

What is known is that Motorola hasn't worked out to be the fountain of defensive patents that Page, et al thought that it would be.

"But I find it unsatisfying".

From a CEO of a corporation that makes all most all of its income from advertising...

Jobs got punk'd. Page was smart enough to know AAPL was "it"...hence, the Trojan horse (Schmidt)

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