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  3. AOL Video - Serving the best video content from AOL ... - AOL.com

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    The AOL.com video experience serves up the best video content from AOL and around the web, curating informative and entertaining snackable videos.

  4. Google Drive - Wikipedia

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    Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. Launched on April 24, 2012, Google Drive allows users to store files in the cloud (on Google's servers), synchronize files across devices, and share files.

  5. GMail Drive - Wikipedia

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    Gmail Drive was based upon GmailFS, a file system developed by Richard Jones. GMail Drive was published in 2004 and functional as early as 2005 which predates Google's later implementation of Google Drive released on April 24, 2012. As of 2015, the official extension page declares the project dead. Contents 1 Function 2 Caveats 3 References

  6. Google+ - Wikipedia

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    Google+ - Wikipedia Google+ Google+ (pronounced and sometimes written as Google Plus; sometimes called G+) was a social network owned and operated by Google. The network was launched on June 28, 2011, in an attempt to challenge other social networks, linking other Google products like Google Drive, Blogger and YouTube.

  7. Google Workspace - Wikipedia

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    Google Workspace. Google Workspace [1] (formerly known as Google Apps and later G Suite) is a collection of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed and marketed by Google. It consists of Gmail, Contacts, Calendar, Meet and Chat for communication; Currents for employee engagement; Drive for storage ...

  8. Privacy concerns regarding Google - Wikipedia

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    Google places one or more cookieson each user's computer, which is used to track a person's web browsing on a large number of unrelated websites, and track their search history. If a user is logged into a Google service, Google also uses the cookies to record which Google Account is accessing each website and doing each search.