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Google search

Using the Google search engine to find information. The terms "Google" and "Google search" are generally synonymous. However, "Google search" is used to differentiate Web searching via Google with the myriad other applications and services Google offers. See Google Voice Search, Google Assistant, Google Now, Google algorithm and Google Search Appliance.
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29 -- Almost everyone knows the story of Sanmay Ved, who bought the Google.
When Google had originally told him that he wouldn't get any compensation for the bug that allowed him to purchase Google.
Morgan Stanley analyst Scott Devitt based the figure on the fact that Google and have a deal in place which sees Apple reap a certain amount of money per device sold with Google.
Because of this, he estimated that Apple would in 2014 be raking in about one billion dollars from Google for the privilege of keeping Google.
According to the paper, the deal Google has with Apple is similar to one it has with the makers of the Opera and Mozilla web browsers, which both have Google.
In this case a Dutch CA, DigiNotar, issued an SSL certificate for the google.
It said security revoked those certificates, but apparently missed the one for google.
According to media watchdog Reporters Without Borders, Internet users in Chinese cities encountered difficulty accessing Google.
The Google Search Appliance is an integrated hardware/software solution that extends the power of Google.
The winning designer gets prizes, scholarships and 24 hours of fame on Google.
Thousands of customers use Google's integrated hardware and software search appliances to make their searches for business information as easy as searching on Google.
Google today announced its annual Zeitgeist, featuring lists and charts of the most popular and fastest-rising global search terms that people have typed into Google.