Google replayed to Steve Jobs!
I think you all know about World Wide Developer Conference 2010 (WWDC2010), most of the people around the world watched it (I’m one of them). Have you observed properly? How Steve Jobs tries to dominate Google!?? Yes, friends… Steve brings “Google” in demo.
Steve Jobs in WWDC on 07-June-2010:
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10:08AM “A friend of mine wrote this, and he sent me an email and he said I could use it. I earned more in the first day of selling Elements than I did in the past 5 years of Google ads on periodictable.com” Ouch
So here, how Google replayed to Steve Jobs on the launch of his new Google search index called “Caffeine”:
In their official announcement of new Google search index called caffeine they bring iPods in there post to replay Steve Jobs. Here is copy of that paragraph…
Caffeine lets us index web pages on an enormous scale. In fact, every second Caffeine processes hundreds of thousands of pages in parallel. If this were a pile of paper it would grow three miles taller every second. Caffeine takes up nearly 100 million gigabytes of storage in one database and adds new information at a rate of hundreds of thousands of gigabytes per day. You would need 625,000 of the largest iPods to store that much information; if these were stacked end-to-end they would go for more than 40 miles.
This is how Google replayed to Steve jobs.
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