Googles Big Plans

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  1. Gangstarrr

    Gangstarrr Well-Known Member

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    Googles gonna take ebay down for sure. i cant wait for this.
     
  2. Mr. Cheeky

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    lmao did you even read that post?
     
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    Google's just trying to take over everything computer-wise...
     
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    how many google projects can they do at once O_O???

    Google OS, now this?? Go google!!!!!
     
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    Google computers? Google built! :D Lol
     
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    damn...nows the time to buy google stocks...

    before: search engine
    now: SUPER-company...
     
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    God, google will be takling over every internet service soon enough.
     
  8. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    Yes they did, the've existed since 1998. [/b][/quote]
    man, you have no understanding of economics, google hadn't been in the stock market until about a year or so ago, try buying stocks from a company that didn't seel itself.
     
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    Of course, all their products are doing fairly well. But most are copies of other products but with their own tweaks to make them that much better.

    Google Base - Ebay
    Google Search - Ask Jeeves
    Google Talk - Skype/MSN
    Gmail - Yahoo! Mail

    No, they are not rip-offs of the first products, but no dobut that they were somewhat based from them.
    I personally think GoogleTalk and Google Base will do very well once they get going. Having GoogleTalk still in beta, no it cant stand up to the challenge. But soon :)
     
  10. .Djordy

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    Yes they did, the\'ve existed since 1998. [/b][/quote]
    toche lmao, ya they have been around for a while
     
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    toche lmao, ya they have been around for a while [/b][/quote]
    So? As that one guy was pointing out, Google didn't sell stocks until a year ago. They were $85 USD a piece back then.
    http://money.cnn.com/2004/08/18/technology...gleipo/?cnn=yes
     
  12. xlink

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    toche lmao, ya they have been around for a while [/b][/quote]
    dude, trust me, google hasn't had it's stock out for more than a year.

    http://www.corante.com/goyami/archives/200...uy_aol_next.php
    http://www.google.com/search?q=google+stoc...:en-US:eek:fficial
     
  13. .DeFuZioN

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    yeah they had went public last year.
    have existed for 10 years though, I think.

    Anyways, they are having alot of sucess, They will be biger than ebay if they have no listing fees. But then again it still wont be out for a year in america and 2 and a half in australia.
     

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