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Google's new household gadget is all about search

Google has long been the king of search, building its empire by answering questions, giving directions and helping people settle arguments with its vast database of facts. But as more people search using their voice — verbally asking questions to Apple’s Siri or Amazon Echo’s Alexa — instead of...
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