Google has some bad news for your new favorite Disney song.
... and if you do any of these while wearing Google Glass, you will DIE INSTANTLY.
You know Google? That fun-loving, carefree internet mom 'n pop operation from The Internship, where everyone just spends all day goofin' off and making neat websites for you and I to use for free? They're very quickly becoming SkyNet (that malevolent, world-destroying, Austrian-robot-creating doom-computer from The Terminator series). No matter what Owen Wilson/Vince Vaughn buddy comedies would have you believe, Google wants to control everything and know everything. But we already knew that, and as long as they're giving us better search results than Bing, who cares?
What if I told you Google just got in the Murder-Robot business?
Well, maybe not technically Murder-Robots (yet), but definitely robots that could be capable of murdering you at some point in the future. You see, Google just bought Boston Dynamics, a company that builds terrifying robots (and sounds an awful lot like another evil corporation, Fringe's Massive Dynamic):
Toad's just happy to get the free publicity.
Picture Bing vs. Google: Xbox OneJune 18, 2013
Microsoft isn't feeling lucky.
Article Pokemon Google Trends Showdown
Google Trends is a great tool for seeing what the world is searching Google for, where they're searching it from, and how often they're searching it. It even has a feature where you can show different searches to compare their popularity over the past decade. As an experiment, we're comparing Pokemon searches with ones more applicable to real life, and seeing who came out the winner. The results may surprise you (if you think anything is more popular than Pokemon, that is)
They're playing for keeps.
Picture Pokemon X's Title ProblemJanuary 24, 2013
They really should've gone with their original choice, Pokemon DD.
See what Google thinks of your favorite videogame company.