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  2. Google - Wikipedia

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    Google Workspace (formerly G Suite until October 2020) is a monthly subscription offering for organizations and businesses to get access to a collection of Google's services, including Gmail, Google Drive and Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides, with additional administrative tools, unique domain names, and 24/7 support.

  3. Google Play - Wikipedia

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    Google Play, also branded as the Google Play Store and formerly Android Market, is a digital distribution service operated and developed by Google.It serves as the official app store for certified devices running on the Android operating system and its derivatives as well as Chrome OS, allowing users to browse and download applications developed with the Android software development kit (SDK ...

  4. Google Stadia - Wikipedia

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    Features. Stadia is a cloud gaming service, and only requires the device to have an Internet connection and Chromium support. Stadia works atop YouTube's functionality in streaming media to the user, as game streaming is seen as an extension of watching video game live streams, according to Google's Phil Harrison; the name "Stadia", the Latin plural of "stadium", is meant to reflect that it is ...

  5. Google Arts & Culture - Wikipedia

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    Google Arts & Culture (formerly Google Art Project) is an online platform of high-resolution images and videos of artworks and cultural artifacts from partner cultural organizations throughout the world.

  6. Landing page - Wikipedia

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    Today, most Google searches are made on mobile which makes it particularly important for your landing page be responsive and optimized for mobile in order to generate conversions from mobile users. A/B testing. A/B testing, or A/B split testing, is a method for testing two versions of a webpage: version "A" and version "B".

  7. reCAPTCHA - Wikipedia

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    It was also discovered that the system favors those who have an active Google account login, and displays a higher risk towards those using anonymizing proxies and VPN services. [21] Concerns were raised regarding privacy when Google announced reCAPTCHA v3.0, as it allows Google to track users on non-Google websites.

  8. Android (operating system) - Wikipedia

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    Android Inc. was founded in Palo Alto, California, in October 2003 by Andy Rubin, Rich Miner, Nick Sears, and Chris White. Rubin described the Android project as having "tremendous potential in developing smarter mobile devices that are more aware of its owner's location and preferences".

  9. Chrome Remote Desktop - Wikipedia

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    Chrome Remote Desktop is a remote desktop software tool developed by Google that allows a user to remotely control another computer through a proprietary protocol developed by Google unofficially called "Chromoting".