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We made a guacamole platter that looked like the Android robot -- and now you can, too

You got your guacamole on my Android robot! You got your Android robot on my guacamole! Hey… let's combine them!

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Google Now alerts you when an item you've searched for is in stock nearby

New card shows your previously researched items when close to a store that carries them

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Google's same-day delivery service hits New York and West Los Angeles

Google Express Shipping lands on both coasts, and is still free for now.

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Secret Google deals made Android phones more expensive, lawsuit claims

A class-action complaint contends Android devices are pricier because of secret agreements Google makes with device manufacturers

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Google shows off the street smarts of its self-driving cars

Forget freewways: Google's self-driving cars are being tested on the raucous and rowdy city streets.

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Google's mulling Wi-Fi for cities with Google Fiber

Cities getting gigabit-speed fiber Internet could also gain Wi-Fi networks

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Vic Gundotra, Senior VP of Google+, exits stage left

He leaves no word on where he's headed next.

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In Heartbleed's wake, tech titans launch fund for crucial open-source projects

The Heartbleed bug was a wake-up call for the tech world: major companies benefiting from open source projects like OpenSSL are better off paying a pittance to support their development.

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New Google Street View feature lets you time-travel to images past

Remember when? Google's Street View cars traverse the world, sometimes taking new pictures of places they've been before. Now you can see what they saw the last time they visited.

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Google's new, highly targeted app ads react to how you use Android apps

Google has a new advertising program that lets advertisers target you based on the apps you use, how often you use them, and the types of in-app purchases you make.

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