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Tuesday, December 27, 2005

2005 : The Year Of Google

As the year comes to an end - amongst several enterprises that made news for the moves made - Google stands out - one gets a felling as if the year thats about to end should be christened THE YEAR OF GOOGLE.The Google of yesterday is different from the Google of today and with several new initiatives like this – and moreover there are several initiatives - some known, most unknown, the Google of tomorrow looks more interesting. Some see google as privacy time bomb, some see it as an evil and some hold even more radical views about Google. This post captures all the
acquisitions that Google has made in recent times.
Different people see google and its role in defferent ways. One perspective highlighted the role of Google as ultimate demand generator - saying Google is in the demand-generating business. It is essentially a sales channel to the Internet
. Google's purpose is not to get you to a website. It wants to get you to your solution. And along the way, it generates demand directly, using AdWords and Froogle, or indirectly, using AdSense. These very specialized actions prevent Google from being a portal. A perspective examined how Google could become as dominant as Walmart. Unarguably, Google has the best talent on OS on its rolls. Some see it as amongst the most innovative of all companies. FT names Google founders as men of the year-2005. Google is becoming almost synonymous with internet – watch all these acquisitions and make mental mash-ups of the intersections of these technologies coupled with advances in RFID,GPS, Wi-Fi could bring forth.

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