A report by the Wall Street Journal has outlined anxiety within Google regarding Samsung's massive marketshare within Android, causing many at Google to wonder where Samsung is headed.
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Recent speculation about problems with Microsoft's new Internet Protocol television software could give Siemens, the German telecommunications equipment giant, just the opportunity it's looking for to break into the emerging IPTV market. ...
Despite increasing pressure from Linux, Microsoft Corp. dominated the worldwide market in 2002 for OSes (operating systems) used on servers and, less surprisingly, the OS market on the client side. It will continue to defend...