We're going to see a lot more of Google
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Clearly, Google is setting its sights on the markets that are exploding in the Far East. It's time to make a push into territories that traditionally belong to the likes of Baidu
Google's participation in the FCC auction for wireless spectrum slices might have a similar focus, but that's more likely a way for Big G to ensure that Verizon
Google might get into some kind of Internet service provider role, but it probably won't. The early efforts have fared poorly. But you can rest assured that the company won't run out of internal bandwidth, if it can be helped.
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