It would be an interesting to see when Google’s CEO Larry Page discusses about relationship with Apple, mobile plans and driverless cars in 70-minute interview with Fortune’s Miguel Helft. Discussing about internet, Page sounds like disappointing on seeing how it is growing more “island-like”:
“The Internet was made in universities and it was designed to interoperate. And as we’ve commercialized it, we’ve added more of an island-like approach to it, which I think is a somewhat a shame for users.”
On the issue of competition, Page says his job as “mostly getting people not to think about our competition,” as according to him Google’s innovation depends on the way thinking up the things users need.
“If you’re looking at somebody else, you’re looking at what they do now, and that’s not how again you stay two or three steps ahead.”
Well, to give it a full complete read, check out the Fortune’s link.
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