New York magazine reports that Google has won the war over hosting services, in which it has a 25% market share.
Google has been buying up large companies, including Dropbox, Airbnb, and Microsoft, and reselling the services to companies in the cloud computing space.
As a result, it’s likely that Google will continue to dominate the hosting market.
This may be the biggest battle in the history of the Web.
“As the company that pioneered the Web, Google was the one that created the Web,” says Tim Berners-Lee, the founder of the World Wide Web Consortium, the organization that oversees the Web and established the standard for all web applications.
The battle to create the Web is not just a matter of technology, but also of ethics and business.
The Web’s history and the future of the web have been shaped by the ethics and the culture of business.
At its core, it was the idea that anyone with a computer could create and host anything.
The Internet itself was an effort to create a decentralized, open and decentralized communication system.
In a way, this is how the web evolved.
But in the end, the web’s openness made it easy for governments and corporations to exploit its openness.
As the tech industry continues to grow and spread, the Web will continue evolving as a new kind of platform that people and organizations will be able to use for free, even for free.
But the future may look different.
Google, for instance, is developing new types of services that will be offered through Google Drive and Google Photos.
But these services, as well as the way they’re being built, could change the way the Web functions.
Google will be a huge player in the future, but it could also be a major competitor in the next phase of the Internet, says Richard Burt, an analyst with Forrester Research.
Google is the biggest player in cloud computing, but Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, and others have all been building their own offerings.
And Google may be on the cusp of competing with Amazon and Facebook for the future.
It is a race to see who can win the future wars over hosting.
“Google will be one of the big winners of the next decade, but in the coming years we could see other players in this space,” says Burt.