Study: Microsoft has 'fallen off the mainstream media�s radar'
Sep 29, 2010, 09:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"There are some interesting findings and conclusions in
this Pew Research Center report today, When Technology Makes
Headlines, examining coverage of tech issues and companies in a
variety of mainstream media outlets. Among them: The press doesn't
care about Microsoft very much anymore.
"In the publications studied by the organization from June 2009
through June 2010, 15 percent of the stories focused primarily on
Apple, 11 percent on Google, 7 percent on Twitter and 5 percent on
Facebook. Microsoft's total: 3 percent."
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