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  2. Google Sheets - Wikipedia

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    Google Sheets is available as a web application, mobile app for Android, iOS, Windows, BlackBerry, and as a desktop application on Google's Chrome OS. The app is compatible with Microsoft Excel file formats. The app allows users to create and edit files online while collaborating with other users in real-time.

  3. Google Play Services - Wikipedia

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    Google Play Services is a proprietary background service and API package for Android devices from Google. When it was introduced in 2012, it provided access to the Google+ APIs and OAuth 2.0. It expanded to cover a variety of Google services , allowing applications to communicate with the services through common means.

  4. Google I/O - Wikipedia

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    Google I/O (or simply I/O) is an annual developer conference held by Google in Mountain View, California. "I/O" stands for Input/Output , as well as the slogan "Innovation in the Open". [1] The event's format is similar to Google Developer Day .

  5. List of Google products - Wikipedia

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    Google Collections – a collections app; Google Classroom – a content management system for schools that aids in distribution and grading of assignments and providing in-class communication. Google Currents – a digital bulletin board. Google Docs Editors – a productivity office suite with document collaboration and publishing ...

  6. Google Meet - Wikipedia

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    Google Meet (formerly known as Hangouts Meet) is a video-communication service developed by Google. It is one of two apps that constitute the replacement for Google Hangouts, the other being Google Chat.

  7. Google (verb) - Wikipedia

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    Google Search generally ignores punctuation and letter case even when using the "quotation" operator to denote exact searches. [better source needed] Thus, Google may not be able to differentiate terms for which punctuation impacts meaning—for example, "man eating chicken" and "man-eating chicken" (the former meaning a human who is consuming chicken meat and the latter a chicken that eats ...

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