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Old 07-14-2008, 09:20 AM   #1
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LXer: The Fall of Google, the Rebirth of Microsoft and the Changing Face of Apple and


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Sometimes it's the little things that can cause you to rethink how you look at a company. For much of this decade Microsoft has been the"evil empire" with Apple, Linux and Google on the side of the Force. With Microsoft doing some positive things, Apple's decision to raise iPhone prices, Google's attack on single parents and Richard Stallman's attack on Bill Gates' philanthropy, these entities' images may be changing.

[Be warned, Rob Enderle wrote this. - Scott]

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