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Submitted by -Mezzo- 949d ago | opinion piece

Google's biggest hits and misses of 2012

PC World - Google is easily the most prolific of the major technology companies, as it proved in dramatic fashion in 2012. We saw an augmented reality headset, cool new Nexus hardware, clever new Web services, and even a few terrible, terrible ideas. Throughout the year, the company continually surprised us—and reminded us that the modern Google is interested in much, much more than refining its search algorithms. (Google, Industry)

-Mezzo-  +   949d ago
Nexus 7 ( Tablet ) & Nexus 4 ( Smartphone ), have easily been the biggest wins for Android and Google.

Now if they can sort stuff out and get the Nexus 4 is stock so i can pick up 1. This is getting annoying.
KwietStorm  +   948d ago
You can throw Jelly Bean with Google Now and Project Butter in there too. I wish they (and LG) would take their inventory more seriously as well. More people should know about this phone and what Android is capable of. I can't even buy a bumper for it, a ring made of rubber and plastic. Cmon Google.

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