Google world domination
27 Jan Google and its software are ubiquitous online. Here are some of the things that aren't so great about Google's (successful) efforts at world domination.
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1. Google tracks everything you do online
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Has Google lost its soul on the way to world domination?
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This page is in serious need of a redesign, but the initial premise upon which is was created is still true. Every day that goes by Google becomes both more powerful and more liked. I still feel as truly as I did the day I made this prediction that they are still on course to take over the world.
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Description:As Google co-founder and new CEO of Alphabet Larry Page wrote in a blog post , Alphabet is a brand new company that will own several other companies, of which Google will be the largest. The search giant is effectively spinning off its Web services divisions into one company called Google, while its other projects and acquired companies—Google X, Project Calico, Boston Dynamics, Fiber, and Nest—will all become their own companies with their own CEOs and investors. All of them will exist under the umbrella of Alphabet. Before Alphabet, the CEO of Google formerly Page himself and now former product chief Sundar Pichai managed a wide range of services and entities that were mostly tangentially related. If you were in charge of Google last week, you had to manage a Web advertising giant, an ISP, a venture capital firm, a robotics lab, and a smart thermostat company that shared the same executives, the same working space, and the same investors. Analysts going hog wild about new Google structure http: