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  2. Google AdSense - Wikipedia

    Google AdSense is a program run by Google through which website publishers in the Google Network of content sites serve text, images, video, or interactive media advertisements that are targeted to the site content and audience. These advertisements are administered, sorted, and maintained by Google.

  3. Google Pay - Wikipedia

    Google Pay (2018–2022), a digital wallet app introduced in 2018, now Google Wallet; Google Pay (payment method), a digital payments service introduced in 2013; Google Pay Send, a discontinued peer-to-peer payments service introduced in 2011, formerly Google Wallet; See also. Google Checkout, the predecessor to the Google Pay payment method

  4. Goobuntu - Wikipedia

    Goobuntu was a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu LTS (long-term support). It was used by almost 10,000 Google employees. It added a number of packages for in-house use, including security features and disabled the installation of some applications, but was otherwise similar.

  5. Programming languages used in most popular websites

    One thing the most visited websites have in common is that they are dynamic websites.Their development typically involves server-side coding, client-side coding and database technology.

  6. Google tax - Wikipedia

    'Google tax' is a popular term used to refer to anti-avoidance provisions that have been passed in several jurisdictions dealing with profits or royalties that have been diverted to other jurisdictions with lower or nil rates.

  7. Advertising ID - Wikipedia

    Google calls their "Google Advertising ID" (AAID). Microsoft uses a similar technology, also called Advertising ID, that is generated for each device and user. In Windows 10 & 11, it can be turned off in the settings panel. See also. Ad-ID – Technical standard used to centrally manage advertising assets in the supply chain; References

  8. Polymer (library) - Wikipedia

    Google continued to revise the design of Polymer after the release of 0.5, with special consideration given to the performance issues a number of developers found. This culminated with the release of Polymer 1.0 in 2015, which was the first "production ready" version of the library. [11]

  9. Sawzall (programming language) - Wikipedia

    Sawzall is a procedural domain-specific programming language, used by Google to process large numbers of individual log records. Sawzall was first described in 2003, and the szl runtime was open-sourced in August 2010.