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31 October 2017, 12:38 | Yvette Williams
Correct order of cheese in a burger? Google CEO Sundar Pichai to solve emoji puzzle
It's generally accepted that cheeseburger cheese should be placed directly on the meat patty for optimal melting.
Mr Pichai responded to the controversy by saying that Google would drop everything to sort out the cheese dilemma on Monday.
As Twitter user Thomas Baekdal points out, Google's emoji places the cheese beneath the meat, while Apple (correctly) plonks the cheese on top of the burger.
Cheese in a burger could be a minor issue while buying it but how could it engage the CEO of the biggest internet company in the world? However, he adds, this would add a step of melting the cheese in broiler because the residual heat from the burger would not melt it.
Apple isn't blameless in this whole debacle, it places the lettuce underneath the patty. Should there even be lettuce?
Some users also pointed out flaws in the cheeseburgers from other companies, like Apple's and Samsung's lettuce placement, as well as the amount of sesame seeds on Facebook's buns. Technology journalist and designer Glenn Fleishman posted a poll, trying to find a definitive answer in all the madness.
The company launched the second version of the Pixel phone this month and it has been garnerning more attention than ever mainly due its extensive use of artificial intelligence and an impressive camera that outscored Apple's latest iPhone's score in DXO rankings.
The debate went straight to the top, reaching all the way up to Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Pichai said it would be fixed "if folks can agree on the correct way to do this".
The discussion was clearly long-overdue: nearly 17,000 people have now retweeted his tweet, while there have been 1500 replies.
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