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  2. Outline of Google - Wikipedia

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    Google is an American multinational technology company specializing in internet-related services and products that include online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, software, and hardware

  3. Google Dashboard - Wikipedia

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    In computing, Google Dashboard lets users of the Internet view and manage personal data collected about them by Google.With an account, Google Dashboard allows users to have a summary view of their Google+, Google location history, Google web history, Google Play apps, YouTube and more.

  4. Protocol Buffers - Wikipedia

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    Google developed Protocol Buffers for internal use and provided a code generator for multiple languages under an open-source license (see below). The design goals for Protocol Buffers emphasized simplicity and performance. In particular, it was designed to be smaller and faster than XML.

  5. Search engine results page - Wikipedia

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    Search engines like Google, Bing, Sogou have started to expand their data into Encyclopedia and other rich sources of information. Google for example calls this sort of information "Google Knowledge Graph", if a search query matches it will display an additional sub-window on right hand side with information from its sources.

  6. File:Google Chrome icon (September 2014).svg - Wikipedia

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    Google Chrome logo and computer icon, with Material Design motif used from September 2014 onward for mobile version, and October 2015 onward for desktop version. German Das Logo von Google Chrome

  7. Softcard - Wikipedia

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    Google acquisition, discontinuation. On February 23, 2015, Google announced that it would acquire certain assets and intellectual property from Softcard, and integrate it into its own service, Google Wallet. At the same time, it was announced that AT&T, T-Mobile US, and Verizon would begin to back Google Wallet, and bundle its app with their ...

  8. Navigation bar - Wikipedia

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    Formerly the functionality of the navigation bar was split between the browser's toolbar and the address bar, but Google Chrome introduced the practice of merging the two. Some early versions of Netscape used the HTML link tag to construct a navigation bar to navigate web sites.

  9. Category:Power Rangers video games - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Power Rangers video games" The following 17 pages are in this category, out of 17 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().