Diller complained that Google search ads costs ballooned from “$21M to almost $300M” from 2015 to 2019. But just look at these excerpts, written with the most “I said good day!” energy of anything I’ve read in the last year.
What could possibly justify such increases - it’s not as if you’re selling sugar against a world drought. The only conclusion is that Google has systematically moved every lever in its hegemony over search to disembowel our businesses.
We are not owners of horses begging for automobile manufacturers to keep us alive as technology replaces us. We are vibrant innovative enterprises that deliver value for consumers and I believe you are unfairly using your monopoly power to bleed us dry.
Peering through Lenovo’s transparent laptop into a sci-fi future
Now there’s a 28,000mAh battery with a phone in it
Samsung has big ambitions for the Galaxy Ring
The Microlino Lite is here to make urban SUVs look even dumber
A former Gizmodo writer changed his name to ‘Slackbot’ and stayed undetected for months