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Pokemon Go was Google’s most searched term in 2016

It was the year of Donald Trump and Brexit and Bowie and Prince and political lies and mainstream racism, but it was Pokemon Go that got internet users hottest under the collar in 2016. Google has revealed that Pokemon Go was the most searched term on its site last year. …

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Google reveals a few more Daydream VR titles

New VR contender Google Daydream has revealed an additional seven apps heading the service’s way. Heading up the list is CCP’s EVE Gunjack 2: End of Shift. Exclusive to Google’s headset, the space shooter differs from Valkyrie in that players are sat in a comparatively stationary pod and not freely …

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Google dreams big on VR

After toying with virtual reality with its Cardboard project, tech giant Google has finally launched a ‘proper’ virtual reality platform: Daydream. Announced at the company’s annual IO event, Daydream is a phone-based VR platform, much like the Samsung Gear VR. Unlike Gear, which only works with some Samsung phones, the …

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Google demands high-quality for Daydream VR games

Developers working on Google Daydream VR titles have said that the tech giant has put a huge focus on quality. Game makers for the VR platform say that the tech giant is working to ensure that VR experiences with Daydream are made to a high standard. In the past, Google’s …

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Google unveils £1bn UK investment plan

Internet giant Google is building a new London HQ which is hopes will create in the region of 3,000 new jobs. Boss Sundar Pichai has told the BBC that the investment equates to around 1bn. The company already employs 4,000 in the UK, a number which will be added to …

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Google Daydream VR arrives next week

Yet another VR competitor will be arriving on the scene next week in the UK, US, Germany, Australia and Canada. Google’s Daydream VR headset will go on sale on November 10th and will cost 69 in the UK. It can be had either directly from Google itself, or alternatively from …

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