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Why google will always be better than Bing [PIC]

Why google will always be better than Bing [PIC]
Why google will always be better than Bing [PIC]

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Google Street View Team Really Works Hard [PIC]

Google Street View Team Really Works Hard [PIC]
Google Street View Team Really Works Hard [PIC]

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Google never fails to deliver. [PIC]

Google never fails to deliver. [PIC]
Google never fails to deliver. [PIC]

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You must be truly desperate.. [PIC]

You must be truly desperate.. [PIC]
You must be truly desperate.. [PIC]

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Google Autocomplete Results for “Brand is” [PIC]

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Google’s HQ in Dublin’s docklands. I see what they did there [PIC]

Google's HQ in Dublin's docklands. I see what they did there  [PIC]
Google’s HQ in Dublin’s docklands. I see what they did there [PIC]

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I guess the Google buses aren’t popular in SF. [PIC]

I guess the Google buses aren't popular in SF. [PIC]
I guess the Google buses aren’t popular in SF. [PIC]

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Google needs to step up their game a little more! [PIC]

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Google needs to step up their game a little more! [PIC]

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GRAMMER MATTERS – Google Search [PIC]

GRAMMER MATTERS - Google Search [PIC]
GRAMMER MATTERS – Google Search [PIC]

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Google goes dark for 2 minutes, kills 40% of world’s net traffic

googlehaberYou can all relax now. The near-unprecedented outage that seemingly affected all of Google’s services for a brief time on Friday is over.

The event began at approximately 4:37pm Pacific Time and lasted between one and five minutes, according to the Google Apps Dashboard. All of the Google Apps services reported being back online by 4:48pm.

The incident apparently blacked out every service Mountain View has to offer simultaneously, from Google Search to Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive, and beyond.

Big deal, right? Everyone has technical difficulties every once in a while. It goes with the territory.

But then, not everyone is Google. According to web analytics firm GoSquared, worldwide internet traffic dipped by a stunning 40 per cent during the brief minutes that the Chocolate Factory’s services were offline. rest

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