Google search has a clever Avengers Easter egg just in time for the launch of Avengers: Endgame. All you need to do is search for Thanos on Google and click on the Infinity Gauntlet that shows up on the Knowledge Graph card. The glove will snap, and half the search results will be eradicated — with the same disintegration effect as you get in Infinity War.
The trick in itself is pretty cool, but what makes the Easter egg even better is that once the search results have been "balanced", the search result counter gets updated from 90 million to 45 million. Clicking the glove again will restore the search results.
Endgame is releasing in theaters in the U.S. today, and is on course for a billion-dollar opening weekend. Be sure to take a look at the spoiler-free review from our friends at TechnoBuffalo to get an idea of what's in store.
What to expect from Amazon's September 2020 Alexa & Ring hardware event
Amazon is set to host its annual fall hardware event on Thursday, September 24. Here are a few devices that we might expect to see at tomorrow's event.
How does Samsung's S Pen work so damn well?
There are other reasons to want a Galaxy Note, but if you want a good stylus experience, it's really the only phone that has one. That's because Samsung has made the S Pen part of the phone through both hardware and software.
A $699 Pixel 5 could be the bargain of the year — if Google gets it right
With the Pixel 5, Google is going back to the basics. The phone will offer robust hardware and an upgraded camera, and with leaks pointing to a $699 price tag, the Pixel 5 undercuts other 2020 flagships. If Google manages to deliver fault-free hardware, it could be the bargain of the year.
Get a case and keep those Surface Duo screens safe from harm
The options may be slim-pickings at the moment, but what can you really expect from a first-generation device like the Microsoft Surface Duo. This dual-screen wielding monster aims to make you more productive with a unique hinge system that we haven't seen elsewhere. But do yourself a favor, and get a case so that even a little bit of dust won't hinder your experience.