Wednesday, May 30, 2007
It's All Coming Together: AAPL and Goog and the Yet-to-be-Announced Three Letter Domain No One Sees Coming
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - Apple Inc. shares rose Wednesday evening after the company unveiled plans to allow Apple TV users to stream videos from the popular YouTube Web site, while TiVo Inc.'s share price was volatile after the digital-video recording device maker's posted its quarterly results. Apple (AAPL) shares rose 10 cents to $118.87 after the company said a free software download will allow viewers with Apple TV to watch video from YouTube on their televisions. The software will be available next month. See full story. Google Inc. (GOOG), which owns YouTube, rose 0.14% at $499.30.
Hate to say "I told you so." But i did. And you aint seen nothing yet. Wait until you see what becomes of the other three-letter domain (the one that's NOT dotMAC). And you will say "of course, why didn't I see that?"