2016 Stories December 14, 2016

As 2016 comes to a close, many are taking the opportunity to look back at the year passed and all the events, announcements, people, and more that have made it great, or not so great. In 2016’s “Year in search,” Google has released a brief video montage of the year’s top events, and also several lists ranking the top searches for the year. Let’s take a look.

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2016 Stories June 9, 2016

Lenovo is kicking off its Tech World 2016 event this morning in downtown San Francisco, one of the first big Lenovo events — thanks to the company’s acquisition of Motorola earlier this year — that Android fans have ever really been truly excited for. We’re on the ground here in San Francisco, but since you’re probably not, the company has lovingly provided a livestream so you can watch along…

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Deal: Get Pixelbook at 25% off: $750!

2016 Stories May 4, 2016

Google has just updated its Google I/O app in preparation for Google I/O 2016 (which is set to kick off in Mountain View in just a couple weeks!), and while it’s not a complete overhaul like the update we saw for 2015, it’s a nice to see the app updated for this year’s conference…

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2016 Stories April 13, 2016

You can now use a Shaq voice in Waze to mark the 2016 NBA playoffs

Waze is known for adding special voices to its app to help you navigate while on the road, and the latest is the addition of Shaq’s voice to commemorate the 2016 NBA playoffs. This follows the Google-owned navigation app featuring the voice of Morgan Freeman in February to mark the release of London Has Fallen…

2016 Stories March 3, 2016

Fortune is out today with its annual list of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” and in 2016 Google takes the top spot for the fifth year running and the 7th time total in the 10 years it’s been included.

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2016 Stories January 19, 2016

LlabTooFeR on Twitter, an account known for reliably leaking many HTC handset details, has come out to give a little smidgen of confirmation to the super-sketchy rumors we saw about HTC-made Nexus devices earlier this week. While it’s not surprising for HTC to be making some Nexus devices in one sense (they were Google’s first Nexus partner, after all), it’s interesting considering Google’s new buddy-buddy relationship with Huawei…

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