Android: Google's card feed will helpfully show you updates for any stocks that you want to pay attention to. However, if you're getting updates for stocks you don't actually care about, they're harder to get rid of. Here's how to do it.
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When the news constantly bombards you with statements and claims that you can't verify, fact checkers become extremely important. To that end, Google will now surface fact check stories in Google News results.
Google's Now on Tap in Android Marshmallow is one of those neat features that's still a little rough around the edges. Today, those edges are getting a little smoother with a handful of new features.
As the name implies, My Burrito Finder, well, finds you a burrito. Visit the site, let it pull your location (or type in a postcode yourself) and let the site do its job. You'll get pins on a Google Map that indicate how far your future lunch is from you, along with a sidebar packed with reviews and more information.
"Dr Google" will make you think that your mild cough is actually cancer, but MedNexus wants to change that. It's a medical search site, but instead of just matching popular sources, you get information that's vetted and useful, from published studies to trustworthy articles on virtually any health topic.