We’re starting to see financial analysts expose July search market share figures from comScore, ahead of their formal release tomorrow. Bing grew slightly and Google remained where it was last month but ahead of its position last year.
Google purge continues in Cupertino. Apple will drop the stand-alone version of the YouTube video player from its iOS mobile platform. The company confirmed that beta versions of iOS 6 would be the first not to include a native YouTube app.
Even as cable/satellite TV carriers like Comcast and DirecTV squabble over dollars and cents with broadcast and cable networks like NBC and Viacom, the very structure of their decades-old business model is under attack from new Internet...
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