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Indian girl winsGoogle Science Fair for’ Corn Cob Water Purifier’

Indian girl winsGoogle Science Fair for’ Corn Cob Water Purifier’

LalitaPrasidaSripadaSrisai, who comes from the state of Odisha in eastern India have won the Community Impact Award at the prestigious Google Science Fair competition that was organised in California in the US.

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Indian girl wins Community Impact Award at Google Science Fair

Indian girl wins Community Impact Award at Google Science Fair

LalitaPrasidaSripadaSrisai, who comes from the state of Odisha in eastern India have won the Community Impact Award at the prestigious Google Science Fair competition that was organised in California in the US.

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Google Maps shows White House when User types Racial Slur

Google Maps shows White House when User types Racial Slur

According to reports, if a user searches for a racist word and adds the word ‘house’, when zoomed in capital of United States of America, Washington, D.C., Google Maps will take the user to the home where the United States President Barack Obama and his family lives, which means the White House.

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Google creates doodle for Earth day

Google creates doodle for Earth day

Internet giant, Google is marking the annual Earth Day with a special interactive doodle on its search home page.

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Google gives users an option to download their saved search history

Google gives users an option to download their saved search history

Google has revealed in a recent blog post that its users will now have the option to download all of their saved search history. The search histories which users can now download from Google include the searches which they have made across computers and handsets.

The new feature was quietly released by Google last January, and was recently surfaced by a Google blog published over this past weekend.

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Google Executive Eric Schmidt ends up Facing Criticism from Company’s Own Diversity Manager

Google Executive Eric Schmidt ends up Facing Criticism from Company’s Own Divers

Google Executive Chairman was joined by Walter Isaacson and Chief Technology Officer for the United States region, Megan Smith, while speaking at the 'How Innovation Happens' talk at South By Southwest festival.

Eric Schmidt was blamed by his company's own diversity manager after talking a lot about gender inequality in the tech industry that he actually started to drown out his female counterpart.

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Google agrees to change Privacy Policy after Investigation by Britain's data protection regulator

Google agrees to change Privacy Policy after Investigation by Britain's data

Earlier, Britain's data protection regulators had found that the search engine Google's privacy policy is too vague and could be risky for users. Now, the most-used search engine has announced that it will better inform users about how the search engine handles their personal information.

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Google earnings in fourth quarter miss estimates by analysts

Google earnings in fourth quarter miss estimates by analysts

It seems as if search engine major Google is in the habit of missing analysts' earnings targets and thereby frustrating investors. A recent example the same phenomenon was visible in Google Inc.'s revenue figures that grew by 15% in the fourth quarter and yet fell short of Wall Street's target on declining online ad prices and unfavorable foreign exchange rates.

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Fourth-quarter revenue of Google misses Wall Street target

Fourth-quarter revenue of Google misses Wall Street target

In the fourth quarter, the revenue of Google Inc. grew by 15%, still it was not able to meet the Wall Street's target in context of declining online ad prices and unfavorable foreign exchange rates. A direct effect of the announcement was visible in shares of the company. The shares of Google edged up 0.1% to $510.66 in extended trading after an initial dip on the news.

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Indian Startup ‘Team Indus’ Wins $1 Million of Google Lunar XPRIZE

Indian Startup ‘Team Indus’ Wins $1 Million of Google Lunar XPRIZE

It has been reported that five teams that were competing for the Google Lunar XPRIZE of $30 million have been jointly awarded $5.25 million for reaching some crucial milestones. The Google Lunar XPRIZE has 26 teams competing from around the world.

The milestones that were met by these teams included developing a robot that can safely land on the surface of the moon, traveling 500 meters over the lunar surface, and sending moon-casts back to the Earth, said sources.

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