Digital Wars starts in 1998, when the Internet and computing business was about to be upended - by an antitrust case, a tiny start-up and a former giant rebuilding it. Charles Arthur here examines the differing strategies of the three best-known tech companies in their battle to win control of the exploding network connecting the world. Microsoft was a giant - soon to become the highest-valued company in the world - while Apple was a minnow and Google just a start-up. By February 2012, Apple was worth more than both Microsoft and Google combined. Through the voices of former and current staff, Arthur looks at the tumultuous battle between the three companies and what their various successes meant for us.
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Different Perspective of a well documented period
Interesting History of Tech Giants
The wide coverage of story regarding technological advancement in software and hardware involving Google, Microsoft, and Apple.
I realized it's also a good supplement to Walter Isaacson's work on Steve Jobs
Steve Ballmer. It's... quite apt.
No. I was focus and eager to go through all the details.
Anyone interested in Information Technology should give this a chance.
- Ken Makita