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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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To remove your posts from the Google Groups archive, you have to create a free account with Google Groups, and it's best to do so using the same email address you used for the posts you want deleted.
Using a directory-like approach, the Google Groups interface lists news categories for browsing: alt, biz, comp, humanities, misc, news, rec, sci, soc, and talk, with clickable subcategories.
You can participate in Usenet discussions through Google Groups, though it's primarily a search and archiving service.
Search cases in Google Groups and manage past cases with the case history management feature
services as Yahoo Groups, Google with Google Groups (groups.
Hence the companys launch of products such as Living Stories project in the news media, promotion of Google Apps in the enterprise market and recently the launch of Google Groups, a product that is integrated with the existing Google Apps such as Google Docs, Google Calendar, Gmail, Google Sites and Google Video.
To remove your posts from the Google Groups archive, you have to create a free account with it, and it's best to do so using the same email address you used for the posts you want deleted.
You can access these groups through a newsreader such as Forte Agent, an email program with newsreading capabilities such as Microsoft Outlook Express, or the Web on Google Groups (http//groups.
Prior to Zoho Discussions, jQuery used mailing lists and Google Groups to interact with its users.
The largest aggregator of Usenet groups is Google through its Google Groups Web interface, at groups.
However, some of the most active cooking communities are still on Usenet and its successors, which are now hosted by Google Groups.