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Google to Apple: Catch us if you can

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5/20/2013 05:17 PM EDT

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peter_vandersteegen
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re: Google to Apple: Catch us if you can
peter_vandersteegen   5/22/2013 6:04:00 AM
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fully agree

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zhgreader   5/22/2013 1:59:23 AM
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challenge, simple challenge the world, not only apple, as if they seem to have confidence to conque every rival. only me, nother. I come, I conque, I win.

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EREBUS0   5/21/2013 8:53:15 PM
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I remember all of the media whining over the last couple of years that Google was "wasting" their capital on all of these useless side projects. Now they fawn all over them for out innovating Apple. Clearly Google has a grander vision of the future than the media. Just my opinion.

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