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12 Jun Apple, Google, SEO | Comments

Apple And Search: Now Is Google A Monopoly?

By Chris Crum With all the talk about Google being a monopoly, the company is probably glad (at least partially) to see Apple make some search-related announcements during its WWDC keynote, which could help the argument in Google’s favor (even if hurting its market share). Should Google be worried about Apple’s announcements? Tell us what […]

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25 Apr Apple, Google | 1 comment

Apple vs. Android location tracking: Time for some truth

By JR Raphael Smartphone location tracking is stirring up quite the controversy right now. It’s no surprise: A report issued last week alerted us to the fact that Apple’s iPhones and iPads are quietly recording users’ locations and saving the data to unencrypted files. The files live on the devices and are also copied over […]

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Clash of Titans: Apple vs. Google

What the duel between Google and Apple’s operating systems means for brands June 27, 2010 – Joan Voight via ADWEEK No question, placing ads or branded apps on mobile phones promises to be the Next Big Thing. The problem? People have been saying that for the last three years. Or, has it been five. For […]

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Might The iPad And iPhone HD Be Apple’s Parting Gifts For AT&T?

by MG Siegler on Mar 31, 2010 @TechCrunch The rumors keep circulating. The latest came yesterday when the Wall Street Journal reported that Apple was working on a CDMA version of the iPhone. To most people, that means one thing. No, not a Sprint version of the iPhone (though I suppose that’s possible too), a […]

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Apple Surpasses Wal-Mart in Market Capitalization

Just days after reaching $200 billion in market capitalization, Apple has pushed past Berkshire Hathaway and Wal-Mart to take the third spot in market capitalization among publicly-listed U.S. companies behind Exxon Mobil and Microsoft. Apple and Wal-Mart remain neck-and-neck today, with minute-by-minute fluctuations in the two companies’ stock prices causing them to rapidly swap positions. […]

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