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We ranked Google’s new search icons by how evil they look

The Next Web Thursday, 20 June 2019
In case you hadn’t noticed, Google got a facelift. Yep, the tech giant’s search page received some rather fancy new icons. Slap your peepers on this: While before there were just words, now there are words and images. Truly, we live in exalted times. Now these have been rolled out globally, we knew what we had to, nay, what we must do: a ranking, a definitive ranking of these items. Our fans demanded it. Probably. We think they might’ve. The next question was how we’re going to rank these symbols and — after some head scratching — it became clear. We had to…

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