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Google is the last of its trouble for Yahoo! Firings and zero hirings, and take over might be imminent.

Yahoo! as we know it will not exist. With a hiring freeze, employee firings, and critical transition in business strategy looming, the company that helped build the reputation of the Internet/Tech “new market”, has regretfully been relegated to the sideline- along with diminishing influence and market share, resulting in perpetual loss to its close competitors.

In September 2011, Business Insider’s Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry suggested Yahoo! must act fast to its (remaining) strengths, “because at the moment, the company brand doesn’t stand for much of anything”. It was a good point then, however, a point Yahoo! did not heed.

Read further:   DailyHarrison.Com

More delightful days for Jerry Yang and David Filo (co-founders of Yahoo!)


Models show the latest version of LG Electronics’ Optimus smart phones at an event in Seoul in October. The Korean tech giant has been paying the price for falling behind rivals such as Samsung Electronics and Apple in high-margin products like smart phones and touch-screen tablets. (Korea Times)

LG Electronics will hold hands with giant chip maker Intel. This will be Intel’s first forey into manufacturing smart phones powered by Google’s Android mobile software.

However, an executive from LG (asked not to be identified) simply added, “Personally, I doubt that LG Electronics will release phones running on Android software based on any Intel platform. It’s quite possible for LG to push Intel’s reference mobiles but with huge subsidies from Intel for promotion”.

So, is there another reason why Intel has joined with LG?  Yes. AMD.

“Intel is getting nervous over the growing emergence of AMD, therefore, the partnership with LG will be good for the chipmaker,’’ an executive commented.

AMD Korea doubled its revenue last year, because of its partnership with Samsung, LG’s direct rival.

“Intel is giving out more money to cash-strapped LG Electronics in return for a closer partnership. I still have doubts about the marketability of the upcoming Intel Android phone,’’ said an industry watcher.

Another tech couple, seeking a golden return, while trying to keep their rivals at bay.

BELOW:  2010 announcement made by Intel and separately by LG, on their joint smart phone venture, which didn’t see light of day. 

When you’re in the information industry, Google would be a shoe in for all information that is politics. And they do. And will provide all of the elections during this competitive and a bit nauseating election year.

Google Politics had its hands in politics a long time ago, and with their sophisticated approach to anything Internet, the juicy political news and results desired are available at a click of the touch pad.

Google Politics’ Google Elections provides a simple and understandable method of viewing in realtime elections numbers.

So, as the rhetorics heat up even further this year, you can be sure Google Politics will be there. And with Google Elections each harrowing defeat and vindicating wins of your favorite politicians will be available for all of you, Monday Night Chief of Staffs.

Google Politics

Dash Board (Google Election)

Election Maps, with integrated streams and summary videos (Google Election)

Infographic by Peter Oumanski

At least from one point of view, there are a handful of start up ventured companies that will rule the 2012 roost.

List includes some already favorite companies, as well, as little known ones.

Simply, the year of 2012 will be another fun-go-around of a year for tech. Especially for mezzenine level startups, trying to prove their worth in the market for the long haul.
All the luck to them.

Now read the rest of the list written by Emma Haak, at FastCompany.Com


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