SPOTLIGHT: Yahoo ahead of Google for wireless post-CES

At the CES show in Las Vegas, Yahoo! launched its Yahoo! GO offering that allows users to access Internet content on TVs and mobile devices. Google's main CES announcement was that Motorola will feature a single button connect to Google search on its future handsets. Analysts on Wall Street are saying that Yahoo's carrier partnerships, myriad network services and its growing user base will help it win the day against Google. Of course, this could be a move to pop the ever-swelling Google bubble that has some stock analysts setting $2000 target prices for Google. Article


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