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I'm surprised Mozilla doesn't find a way to just change their name to Google. They used to be such an innovative group, now they just copy everyone else and gave up on trying to be unique.
It dosnt pay to be innovative in a recession. You wait for someone else to do the work. and if it comes out successful, proceed with improving on there ideas, such as how there was only 1-3 tablets available at first. As soon as companies saw the results of launching such products was successful, there is now a huge section dedicated to tablets in best buy.
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It dosnt pay to be innovative in a recession. You wait for someone else to do the work. and if it comes out successful, proceed with improving on there ideas, such as how there was only 1-3 tablets available at first. As soon as companies saw the results of launching such products was successful, there is now a huge section dedicated to tablets in best buy.
Yeah, i agree. But why didn't they go for this when google announced Android. Now Android is just taking over the marked, and settling in. Mozilla's new OS must be the bomb, cause android is updated daily for the better. and there is a looot of neeerds @ Google Inc
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