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[Interesting Read] How Google is losing its place in the near future.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Peter Ngo, Jan 9, 2015.

  1. Peter Ngo

    Peter Ngo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    This is an interesting analysis regarding to how Google is losing its dominance in the near future.

    Not sure how accurate these data is though

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    http://www.businessinsider.com.au/larry-page-nightmare-2015-1#google-is-still-a-one-trick-pony-1
     
  2. CashController

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    Google nightmare = Adblock
     
  3. magichats

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    Interesting. Google lost a bit of it's marketshare this past quarter after Mozilla decided to partner with Yahoo
     
  4. dennica

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    I wonder why google approve adblock..
     
  5. singingsleep

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    I can't believe google hasn't been overthrown yet tbh. There used to be a plethora of search engine options, seems like after a decade of google dominance everyone just gave up.
     
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    Give it time. Google, facebook, amazon, ebay, etc. will all eventually be replaced. I believe Google reign for so long because for some people time and money is hard to come by especially in today's society. Who knows maybe the next CEO of a search engine company will be some teen geek working out of his bedroom.
     
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