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  2. Google Account - Wikipedia

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    Google may block an account for various reasons, such as "unusual activity" or entering an age "not old enough" to own a Google account. Reactivation is possible using web-forms, providing proof of identity through valid photo ID, [16] or a credit card payment of US$0.30.

  3. Google Developers - Wikipedia

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    Google announced the end of Gears development on March 11, 2011, citing a shift of focus from Gears to HTML5. Google developer events. Google I/O is Google's largest developer event, which, usually is held in May at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View. Google Summer of Code is a mentoring program to find students for open source projects ...

  4. Google mobile services - Wikipedia

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    Google Mobile Services (GMS) is a collection of proprietary applications and application programming interfaces (APIs) services from Google that are typically pre-installed on Android devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs.

  5. Google News - Wikipedia

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    Google News is a news aggregator service developed by Google. It presents a continuous flow of links to articles organized from thousands of publishers and magazines. Google News is available as an app on Android, iOS, and the Web. Google released a beta version in September 2002 and the official app in January 2006.

  6. Google Wave - Wikipedia

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    Google Wave, later known as Apache Wave, was a software framework for real-time collaborative editing online. Originally developed by Google and announced on 28 May 2009, it was renamed to Apache Wave when the project was adopted by the Apache Software Foundation as an incubator project in 2010.

  7. Google Glass - Wikipedia

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    Google Glass, or simply Glass, is a brand of smart glasses—an optical head-mounted display designed in the shape of a pair of glasses. It was developed by X (previously Google X) with the mission of producing a ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like, hands-free format.

  8. 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 ...

  9. Google+ - Wikipedia

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    On October 8, 2018, Google announced it would be ending the consumer version of Google+ by the end of August 2019, later changing that date to April 2, 2019. The company cited low user engagement and difficulties in "creating and maintaining a successful Google+ that meets consumer's expectations", noting that 90% of user sessions on the service lasted less than five seconds.