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  2. Google Code Jam - Wikipedia

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    Google Code Jam is an international programming competition hosted and administered by Google. The competition began in 2003. The competition consists of a set of algorithmic problems which must be solved in a fixed amount of time.

  3. Google Classroom - Wikipedia

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    In 2019, Google introduced 78 new illustrated themes and the option to drag and drop topics and assignments in the classwork section. In 2020, Google added better integration with Google Meet so that teachers can have a unique meet link within each class.

  4. Google Analytics - Wikipedia

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    Google launched the service in November 2005 after acquiring Urchin. As of 2019, Google Analytics is the most widely used web analytics service on the web. Google Analytics provides an SDK that allows gathering usage data from iOS and Android app, known as Google Analytics for Mobile Apps.

  5. Google Account - Wikipedia

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    Google also offers a 2-step verification option—for additional security against hacking—that requests a validation code each time the user logs into their Google account. The code is either generated by an application (" Google Authenticator " or other similar apps) or received from Google as an SMS text message, a voice message, or an ...

  6. Google Calendar - Wikipedia

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    Google Calendar is a time-management and scheduling calendar service developed by Google. It became available in beta release April 13, 2006, and in general release in July 2009, on the web and as mobile apps for the Android and iOS platforms. Google Calendar allows users to create and edit events.

  7. Project Zero - Wikipedia

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    On 9 March 2015, Google Project Zero's blog posted a guest post that disclosed how a previously known hardware flaw in commonly deployed DRAM called Row Hammer could be exploited to escalate privileges for local users. This post spawned a large quantity of follow-up research both in the academic and hardware community.

  8. Google Latitude - Wikipedia

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    Google Latitude was a location-aware feature of Google Maps, developed by Google as a successor to its earlier SMS-based service Dodgeball. Latitude allowed a mobile phone user to allow certain people to view their current location. Via their own Google Account, the user's cell phone location was mapped on Google Maps. The user could control ...

  9. Google Search - Wikipedia

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    Google Search consists of a series of localized websites.The largest of those, the google.com site, is the top most-visited website in the world. Some of its features include a definition link for most searches including dictionary words, the number of results you got on your search, links to other searches (e.g. for words that Google believes to be misspelled, it provides a link to the search ...