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MAY 09, 2016 - TechRadar

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Google is testing search results in black - not blue - and people aren't happy

Type in a Google search query and what do you see? Tons of results, all in blue, right? Well, for some users, that's changed over the last few days as it appears Google is A/B testing search results that are colored black instead. The results have a newspaper look that, while clean, are upsetting some (read: all) users who are ...

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MAY 09, 2016 - TechRadar

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Google is testing search results colored black - not blue - and people aren't happy

Type in a Google search query and what do you see? Tons of results, all in blue, right? Well, for some users, that's changed over the last few days as it appears Google is A/B testing search results that are colored black instead. The results have a newspaper look that, while clean, are upsetting some (read: all) users who are ...

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MAY 07, 2016 - Business Insider

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Google is quietly making progress on one of its most jaw-dropping tech projects (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google's Project Soli was one of the highlights of the company's developer conference last year, but there's been little news about it since then. The technology uses special radar-sensors packed in a tiny chip to detect a person's physical movements (such as rubbing two fingers together), letting a person do things like turn the volume up on a radio without actual touching anything.  The recent ...

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MAY 06, 2016 - TechRadar

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WWDC 2016: what we want to see

WWDC is Apple's annual Moses moment: it's when developers gather to see what Tim Cook's got on his tablet.This year's WWDC, which starts on June 13, promises to be one of the more interesting ones: not only will we see new versions of Apple's OSes, but we're likely to see some important new hardware too. Here's what we expect to ...

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