18 June 2013

Imagine a world without Google…

As you will probably have seen by now, the Number 1 spot in our 18 years ‘Digital Milestones’ white paper (read the full report here, or our blog about the top 10 here) was taken by – no surprises for guessing – the launch of Google. Beating Facebook, Web 2.0, Twitter, the iPhone and more, the launch of the world’s …

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2 June 2010

Google snubs Microsoft Windows from within

Under the guise of security deficiencies, Google is reported to have axed Microsoft Windows from all it operational desktop PCs since the beginning of January this year. Google employees are forced to use either Apple Mac OS or Linux, until ChromeOS, Googles own operating system, is ready for global release later this year. With a reported 88% market share, other …

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26 May 2010

Google fuels battle with Apple with new product launches

Google has always been known for acquiring small start ups and integrating them into the bigger Google picture and further extending the giant reach that the company already enjoys. Google has, for a while, been a lot more than a search engine. It has become a company known for being multi-dimensional and has moved into broad areas trying to capitalise …

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9 November 2009

Google gets clever on Local

Local times are changing… For brands seeking exposure on Google, especially those selling localised services, Google Local Business Centre offers an avenue into geo-targeted search rankings for very little cost and up until recently relatively little effort. In the ealy days of Google Maps, brands had to do little more than add their company title, description, product category and location …

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