Google CEO, Eric Schmidt, casually mentions that the Android OS might be Google's next big thing.
We here at Fortune have been doing a lot of research into what Google's next big thing will be. Currently, advertising against search is Mountain View's 'One Trick Pony' -- a very good trick and one that anyone would love to have, Google VP Nikesh Aurora points out.
So what will be Google's next big trick? Google Apps for Enterprise? YouTube, GoogleTV and the advertising that follows them?
What about Google Me, the Google Facebook thing that includes Social Gaming?
Don't hold your breath. What to make of the latest rumors out of Asia.
The hearts of more than a few Verizon subscribers skipped a beat Thursday with a rumor out of Taiwan that Apple (AAPL) had ordered a huge number of iPhones equipped with CDMA modems -- the cellular technology supported by Verizon's (VZ) network.
AT&T (T) and most overseas carriers use an incompatible technology called GSM that drives Apple's current MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - May 14, 2010 10:31 AM ET
Apple's iconic smartphone is going gangbusters! No, it's suffering from "Razr burn"!
Shortly before noon on Monday, James Rogers, writing for TheStreet.com, reported that "Apple (AAPL) is grabbing market share from its smartphone rivals." His source: a Strategy Analytics report that showed Apple's market share growing to 16.4% in the fourth quarter of 2009, up from 10.8% a year earlier -- a 52% increase.
A couple hours later, Niraj Sheth, writing for MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Feb 1, 2010 4:17 PM ET
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