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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 phone - Wikipedia

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    Google phone may refer to: Any phone running Google's Android operating system; Phones that were manufactured or co-manufactured with Google, including: Android Dev Phones: HTC Dream, an HTC-manufactured Android developer smartphone, released December 2008; HTC Magic, an HTC-manufactured Android developer smartphone, released November 2009

  4. Operation Aurora - Wikipedia

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    In Beijing, visitors left flowers outside of Google's office. However, these were later removed, with a Chinese security guard stating that this was an "illegal flower tribute". The Chinese government has yet to issue a formal response, although an anonymous official stated that China was seeking more information on Google's intentions.

  5. 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.

  6. Google Feud - Wikipedia

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    Google Feud went viral in March 2015, when it was featured on the front page of Buzzfeed, played on @midnight with Chris Hardwick, referenced in the monologue of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and featured in dozens of other outlets. Google Feud has since been played over half a billion times by nearly 30 million players.

  7. Google Chart API - Wikipedia

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    The Google Chart API is an interactive Web service (now deprecated) that creates graphical charts from user-supplied data. Google servers create a PNG image of a chart from data and formatting parameters specified by a user's HTTP request.

  8. Google Test - Wikipedia

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    Google Test (also known as gtest) is a unit testing library for the C++ programming language, based on the xUnit architecture. The library is released under the BSD 3-clause license . [2] It can be compiled for a variety of POSIX and Windows platforms, allowing unit-testing of C sources as well as C++ with minimal source modification.

  9. TrackIR - Wikipedia

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    TrackIR is an optical motion tracking game controller for Microsoft Windows created by NaturalPoint Inc.. TrackIR tracks head motions with up to six degrees of freedom in later models, allowing handsfree view control for improved game immersiveness and situational awareness.