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  2. Google Images - Wikipedia

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    Google Images (previously Google Image Search) is a search engine owned by Google that allows users to search the World Wide Web for images. It was introduced on July 12, 2001 due to a demand for pictures of the Green Versace dress of Jennifer Lopez worn in February 2000.

  3. Federation (information technology) - Wikipedia

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    For example, in 2009, Google allowed GMail users to log into their AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) accounts from GMail. One could not send messages from GTalk accounts or XMPP (which Google/GTalk is federated with—XMPP lingo for federation is s2s , which Facebook and MSN Live 's implementations do not support [4] ) to AIM screen names, nor vice ...

  4. PhotoDNA - Wikipedia

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    PhotoDNA is an image-identification technology used for detecting child pornography and other illegal content which is reported to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) as required by law.

  5. Google Talk - Wikipedia

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    Google Talk was integrated into Gmail where users could send instant messages to other Gmail users. As it worked within a browser, the Google Talk client did not need to be downloaded to send instant messages to Gmail users. Conversation logs were automatically saved to a "Chats" area in the user's Gmail account.

  6. Internet censorship in China - Wikipedia

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    Internet censorship and surveillance has tightly implemented in China that block social websites like Gmail, Google, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and others. The excessive censorship practices of the Great Firewall of China have now engulfed the VPN service providers as well. [clarification needed] Search engines

  7. n-body problem - Wikipedia

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    In physics, the n-body problem is the problem of predicting the individual motions of a group of celestial objects interacting with each other gravitationally. Solving this problem has been motivated by the desire to understand the motions of the Sun, Moon, planets, and visible stars.