On March 15, 2005, Google software engineer Chikai Ohazama published Google X on the company's blog. Ohazama wrote: "I hope all of you enjoy it - especially Mac users, who I'm sure will appreciate its lineage."
When Google X was launched, this little poem could be found at the bottom of the page: "Roses are red. Violets are blue. OS X rocks. Homage to you."
Although the project was pulled hours after it was launched, you can still see how it looked.
Google confirms some of its own services are now getting blocked in Russia over the Telegram ban - TechCrunch
— TechCrunch Google confirms some of its own services are now getting blocked in Russia over the Telegram ban TechCrunch A shower of paper airplanes darted through the skies of Moscow and other towns in Russia today, as users answered the call of entrepreneur Pavel Durov to send the blank missives out of their windows at a pre-appointed time in support of Telegram, a ... Russia adds Google IPs to registry of banned sites Economic Times Telegram ban in Russia takes down Amazon, Google , Fifa, Spotify, Nintendo, Twitch and more The Independent all 108 news articles »
LG's upcoming G7 ThinQ could have a dedicated button for Google Assistant - TechRadar
— TechRadar LG's upcoming G7 ThinQ could have a dedicated button for Google Assistant TechRadar LG's next flagship handset, the LG G7 ThinQ, could be getting a dedicated Google Assistant button, according to a new report from CNET. Set to be revealed in New York on May 2, 2018, the G7 ThinQ will reportedly include a physical button on the left ... and more »
Who Has More of Your Personal Data Than Facebook? Try Google - Wall Street Journal
— Wall Street Journal Who Has More of Your Personal Data Than Facebook? Try Google Wall Street Journal New regulations, particularly in Europe, are driving Google and others to disclose more and seek more permissions from users. And given the choice, many people might even be fine with the trade-off of personal data for services. Still, to date few of ... How to See All the Apps That Have Access to Your Google Info Lifehacker Google collects enough data on you to fill an 8ft stack of paper every TWO WEEKS… then it flogs the info to the ... The Sun If You Think Facebook Collects Too Much Personal Data, Imagine What Google Knows Hot Hardware all 10 news articles »
Google tells Australian regulator it is not contributing to 'the death of journalism' - The Guardian
— The Guardian Google tells Australian regulator it is not contributing to 'the death of journalism' The Guardian Google said it did not sell users' data to third parties and has revealed local data for the first time, saying Australians visited their Google accounts more than 22m times in 2017 to control how their data was being used. The chairman of the ACCC ... Google defends role in media amid ACCC probe The Sydney Morning Herald all 5 news articles »
Google under fire over tactics for EU data regulation - Financial Times
— Financial Times Google under fire over tactics for EU data regulation Financial Times Google's attempts to shield itself from the potential negative impact of new European data rules have drawn fire from publishers, who claim the world's biggest internet company is trying to preserve a hugely profitable business model in ways that do ...
Google celebrates Earth Day with Jane Goodall Doodle - CNET
— CNET Google celebrates Earth Day with Jane Goodall Doodle CNET Jane Goodall has dedicated her life to studying and protecting our planet's environment. Considered one of the world's foremost primatologists, Goodall immersed herself in chimpanzees' habitat and discovered they make and use tools, challenging the ... Google Doodle shares an Earth Day message from Dr. Jane Goodall Mashable Jane Goodall Celebrates Earth Day in Sunday's Google Doodle Forbes What Is Google's Earth Day Doodle 2018? POPSUGAR Inverse all 45 news articles »
Here's how to see which apps have access to your Google info — and cut them off - CNBC
— CNBC Here's how to see which apps have access to your Google info — and cut them off CNBC You may have seen apps and websites that offer a simple "Sign in with Google " option. Selecting it often gives those apps, websites and Chrome plug-ins access to your private information including your name, gender, e-mail address and the country you ... and more »
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