Google Predicts Xbox 720 Will Crush PS4
They say knowledge is power, and when it comes to knowledge, Google has no rival in the private sector except for maybe Facebook. Google knows more about all of us than we can possibly imagine. Imagine warehouses full of servers, replete with databases storing every keystroke you make, phone call you make, and place you might go. Only the NSA (National Security Agency) has the capability to gather more information. But the NSA doesn’t care about you or I. At least not what we do. They have a different mandate. Google’s mandate, however, is different and it would probably shock you to hear that it’s not just money.
Google’s algorithms are so complex, far reaching, and ever evolving that they have the capability to collapse our entire collective consciousness into one simple set of ideas.
It knows what we want, and what we will want. Ever notice when you start keying in for a Google search, the “Google Predict” feature kicks in.
But Google is not as secretive as Facebook or say, the NSA. In fact, Google is so consumer friendly that it provides you with all the tools it can conjure up to help you.
Google organized the internet…. let me say that again… GOOGLE…ORGANIZED THE INTERNET. But enough about Google and their information gathering prowess. Let’s discuss how they’re predicting the winner of the Next Gen Console War.
Statistically, in the U.S. the aptly named new Xbox, the Xbox 720, is searched for considerably more than the PS4.
In the last 11 months, searches for information on the new Xbox has overwhelmed searches for PS4 or Playstation 4. Looking closely at how both future consoles stand in the eyes of the world, now remember, (The PS4 is essentially Japanese, Asian, while the Xbox is American), the anticipated American muscle machine crunches the import
If we narrow our search to the U.S. population, the gap widens even more.
I know what you’re thinking. We did some additional research into Google’s track record and found that consistently, Google Trends accurately predicted the winner of competing devices. Our most notable find was Google’s prediction that Blu-Ray Movies would win and beat HD-Movies. That graph depicted below shows how the Xbox 720 (In Red) is separating itself more and more as time goes on. We suggest you take a look at Google Trends and compare Xbox 720 and PS4, and select the “Forecast” feature. The results, if you don’t believe us by now, will shock you.
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