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  2. Google Docs - Wikipedia

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    Google Cloud Connect was a plug-in for Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 that could automatically store and synchronize any Word document to Google Docs (before the introduction of Drive) in Google Docs or Microsoft Office formats. The online copy was automatically updated each time the Microsoft Word document was saved.

  3. Google logo - Wikipedia

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    The old 2010 Google logo remained in use on some pages, such as the Google Doodles page, for a period of time. On September 1, 2015, Google introduced a controversial "new logo and identity family" designed to work across multiple devices. The notable difference in the logo is the change in the typeface.

  4. Google Account - Wikipedia

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    Google Account users may create a publicly accessible Google profile, to configure their presentation on Google products to other Google users. A Google profile can be linked to a user's profiles on various social-networking and image-hosting sites, as well as user blogs.

  5. Google One - Wikipedia

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    Google One is a subscription service developed by Google that offers expanded cloud storage and is intended for the consumer market. Google One paid plans offer cloud storage starting at 100 gigabytes, up to a maximum of 30 terabytes, an expansion from the free Google Account storage space of 15 gigabytes, which is shared across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos.

  6. Google Duo - Wikipedia

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    Google Duo is a video chat mobile app developed by Google, available on the Android and iOS operating systems. It was announced at Google's developer conference on May 18, 2016, and began its worldwide release on August 16, 2016. It is also available to use via Google's Chrome web browser on desktop and laptop computers.

  7. Dinosaur Game - Wikipedia

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    For Google Chrome's 10th birthday, an Easter egg was added to the game: during September 2018, a birthday cake could appear in the desert. When eaten, a birthday hat would appear on the dinosaur. In November 2018, Google introduced a feature to save player scores. The game's code is available on the Chromium site.

  8. V8 (JavaScript engine) - Wikipedia

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    V8 is an open-source JavaScript engine developed by the Chromium Project for Google Chrome and Chromium web browsers. The project’s creator is Lars Bak. The first version of the V8 engine was released at the same time as the first version of Chrome: 2 September 2008. It has also been used on the server side, for example in Couchbase and Node.js

  9. gRPC - Wikipedia

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    gRPC (gRPC Remote Procedure Calls) also known as Google Remote Procedure Call is an open source remote procedure call (RPC) system initially developed at Google in 2015 as the next generation of the RPC infrastructure Stubby.