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Here’s why Google had to copy the iPhone 7

Google unveiled several new hardware products on Tuesday during a special media event, making us forget for a moment that Google isn’t actually a hardware company. But if you really stop to think about them, none of them are original. They are just Google’s own versions of other top-selling products. Google copied Apple’s iPhone 7, Amazon’s Echo, Eero’s router, and it came out with a VR headset that many companies already make.
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