Is Google taking over the world and if so, what will Google's next BIG thing be?
That's a very interesting question actually, but to whether Google is taking over the world, is a bit unlikely taking into consideration that other search engines are making meteoric progress to achieve to Google's level. Google has something new always up it's sleeve, it's plainly just all the parts they're perfecting within an idea, which takes it so long to be released into the public.
True it takes a long time for them to implement their new products. I read for example that Google is investing money in green-cars. In this way Google is trying to develop better batteries and less energyconsuming cars. Because Google is a great energyconsumer they will need methods to make them less dependent. I am curious to other investments from Google. Where will they strike next?
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