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  2. Google AdSense - Wikipedia

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    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. Programming languages used in most popular websites

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    Programming languages used in most popular websites* Websites Popularity (unique visitors per month) Front-end (Client-side) Back-end (Server-side) Database Notes Google ...

  4. Search engine results page - Wikipedia

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    Components. The organic search results, query, and advertisements are the three main components of the SERP, However, the SERP of major search engines, like Google, Yahoo!, Bing, Petal, Sogou may include many different types of enhanced results (organic search, and sponsored) such as rich snippets, images, maps, definitions, answer boxes, videos or suggested search refinements.

  5. gRPC - Wikipedia

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    gRPC (a recursive acronym for gRPC Remote Procedure Calls) is a cross-platform open source high performance Remote Procedure Call (RPC) framework. gRPC was initially created by Google, which has used a single general-purpose RPC infrastructure called Stubby to connect the large number of microservices running within and across its data centers for over a decade [when?

  6. Nexus 7 - Wikipedia

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    Nexus 7 is a series of Android-based mini tablet computers co-developed by Google, and may refer to: . Nexus 7 (2012), the first generation Nexus 7 (2013), the second generation

  7. Ruth Kedar - Wikipedia

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    Ruth Kedar (Hebrew: רות קדר; born 27 January 1955) is an artist and designer, best known for designing the Google logo that was displayed from May 31, 1999 to September 1, 2015. Larry Page and Sergey Brin were looking at designers to design their logo and website and Kedar was asked to present them with some preliminary design ideas. They ...

  8. 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.

  9. Identity provider - Wikipedia

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    Types of identity providers IndieAuth identity provider. IndieAuth is an open standard decentralized authentication protocol that uses OAuth 2.0 and enables services to verify the identity of a user represented by a URL as well as to obtain an access token that can be used to access resources under the control of the user.