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Google

A publicly-traded company primarily offering a web portal. Originally a search engine in the 1990s and early 2000s, Google expanded to online messaging, e-mail services, web video, mobile phones and so forth. Google monetizes its operations primarily through advertisements. It was founded in 1998. See also: Yahoo.
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During their design and infrastructure engineering phase, Google reached out to us to discuss a possible MindMeister add-on for Google Docs.
Within the first few weeks of the semester, we put information about our distance appointment options on our website and suggested Skype and Google Docs to students who e-mailed us requesting email or phone appointments.
Chromebooks may also help the district go paperless since teachers and administrators can share handouts using Google Docs, and hand out and then grade quizzes on-the-spot using Google Forms.
Olds said adding offline capabilities to Google Docs could boost Google's enterprise efforts.
However, Google has now said it is going to phase out support for the browser starting with Google Docs and Google Sites.
integrated with Google Docs, that offers 1GB of free storage.
Google Docs is a word processor, spreadsheet and presentation tool, similar to Microsoft Office except for one big difference: Google Docs is online based.
Teachers will investigate how new technologies, including the Apple iTouch, social networking tools, like blogs, wikis, Google docs and gaming can be used to teach the new generation of learners.
Panorama Analytics for Google Apps is a free web application that loads within different Google applications such as Google Docs and Google Sites(TM).
Google Docs is a free and easy way to create and share your work online without the clutter of forwarding the same document back and forth among coworkers.
From May to November 2008, ClickStream Technologies' standing panel of adult US Internet users showed that use of free productivity applications such as Google Docs and OpenOffice remains low, while Microsoft Office is in use by over fifty percent of adult US Internet users and shows no signs of declining popularity.