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  2. Gmail - Wikipedia

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    Gmail was integrated with Google+ in December 2011, as part of an effort to have all Google information across one Google account, with a centralized Google+ user profile. Backlash from the move caused Google to step back and remove the requirement of a Google+ user account, keeping only a private Google account without a public-facing profile ...

  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 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.

  5. Waze - Wikipedia

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    Waze (/ w eɪ z /; Hebrew: ווייז), formerly FreeMap Israel, is a subsidiary of Google that provides satellite navigation software.It works on smartphones and other computers that have Global Positioning System (GPS) support.

  6. Chromebook - Wikipedia

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    Helping spur Chromebook sales is Google Classroom, an app designed for teachers in 2014, that serves as a hub for classroom activities including attendance, classroom discussions, homework and communication with students and parents. There have, however, been concerns about privacy within the context of the education market for Chromebooks.

  7. Morse v. Frederick - Wikipedia

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    Morse v. Frederick, 551 U.S. 393 (2007), is a United States Supreme Court case where the Court held, 5–4, that the First Amendment does not prevent educators from suppressing student speech that is reasonably viewed as promoting illegal drug use at or across the street from a school-supervised event.

  8. Fictionary - Wikipedia

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    Fictionary, also known as The Dictionary Game or simply Dictionary, is a word game in which players guess the definition of an obscure word. Each round consists of one player selecting and announcing a word from the dictionary, and other players composing a fake definition for it.

  9. First Nations in Canada - Wikipedia

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    Big Bear refused to sign Treaty 6 until starvation among his people forced his hand in 1882. His attempts to unite Indigenous nations made progress. In 1884 the Métis (including the Anglo-Métis) asked Louis Riel to return from the United States, where he had fled after the Red River Rebellion, to appeal to the government on their behalf. The ...