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Watch Google repeatedly mock Apple at its October 2016 event

Google repeatedly mocked Apple at its October "#MadeByGoogle" event. The search giant made sure to mention that its new Pixel phone had no "unsightly camera bump" and that it contained a headphone jack — and made a few other digs at its Cupertino rival. Here are all of them.  Video courtesy of Google. Follow TI: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
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