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The Misunderstanding of the Google Pixel

Expectations, brand cachet, and device purpose have hurt Google’s phone ambitions

Perception and positioning are funny things. The way people and things are presented to us can heavily influence the way that we view them. If you are told that someone has certain ideologies you have instantly formed an opinion on them whether what you were told was true or false. And that person has to work…




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Omar Zahran

Omar Zahran

Freelance technology, basketball, and lifestyle writer. Lover of all things with a screen. Newsletter:

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