Three Tech Giants Battle in a Wide Field
How is it possible that Amazon (AMZN), Google (GOOG) and Apple (AAPL) can all go against each other and not destroy each other? Amazon has got a low-cost tablet that in some ways seems superior to Apple's iPad. Android, which is a huge home run for Google, beats the iPhone in sales. Google is going after Amazon with its mall offerings. Apple is stooping to go after Pandora (P) in the personal radio business. All are chasing the same clients, and it seems impossible that these companies won't destroy themselves in the process.
Last week I talked about how there's room for Amazon and Apple in the Kindle-iPad world, because the devices are in their infancy, and they are taking share from the gigantic desktop, laptop, notebook, netbook and Ultrabook markets. These are gigantic markets, worldwide markets, and I see no reason why iPad-Kindle businesses can't sell tens of millions if not hundreds of millions of devices, as neither company offers something that is just that much better than the other, and the Apple ecosystem is loved, even as Amazon has a leg up in terms of its touch with customers....332 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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