Isay: Kings of the Internet

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Trafford Publishing (UK) Limited, 2010 - Computers - 252 pages
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The kings of the Internet cannot be escaped, and they are multiplying. They include the likes of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Larry Page, and Sergey Brin.Discover how these kings and other Internet titans changed the world with their ideas. Illustrated studies of different web applications show how Microsoft, Apple, Google, and other companies developed their kingdoms.With this history, you'll learn- how Gates and Paul Allen founded a fledgling operation named Microsoft that became a software juggernaut;- how Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne took a simple computer-building company named Apple and made it into much more;- why open source software became popular and how IBM, Red Hat, and Sun Microsystems used it to become kings.- why Google's Page and Brin initially did not want to include advertising with search engine results.Find out how the most powerful technology companies in the world began, how they are exerting their influence, and whether there will be an ultimate victor iniSay.

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About the author (2010)

Mohammad Baharetha native of Saudi Arabia, began his career as a creative artist with Saudi Arabian Airlines and left his country to travel the world at age twenty. He has served as a consultant to more than forty corporations throughout the world and is one of Saudi Arabia's leading authorities on technology.

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