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Google Reveals What We Were Most Curious About in 2016

The search giant released its top queries of the year.
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Google Extends Conservative Outreach as Trump Calls Tech Meeting

The company has ramped up efforts to hire Republican lobbying firms and in-house lobbyists to change the composition of its Washington office.
Infographics

The Biggest Company Name Changes (Infographic)

Did you know that Pepsi used to be called 'Brad's Drink'?
Internet

Exploring the Most Popular Websites of the Last 20 Years

These sites can really give you some insight on the rises and falls of some of the biggest businesses in the internet age.
Google Drive

Slack, Google Drive Will Soon Play Nice

The Google Drive team is building a Slack bot to ensure you never miss a notification.
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Google to Run Exclusively on Renewable Energy by 2017

It is ramping up investments in wind and solar power for its data centers.
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With Google's New App, Your Loved Ones Can Find You During Emergencies

Trusted Contacts will give out your location, even when you can't access your phone.
Inspiring Your Team

How Google Uses People Analytics to Create a Great Workplace

Hint: It's about the people, for the people, and by the people -- and you can translate the big ideas to your much smaller company.
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Google Will Tell You How Crowded Places Are in Real Time

You can also now see how long people typically stay at a given location, so you can 'plan your itinerary to the minute.'
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5 Ways Your Company Can Utilize Google+

Here's a social channel you might be overlooking.
Technology

Google Looks to Help Solve India's Toilet Problem With Restroom Finder

With a reported 70 percent of households not having toilets, Google Maps will show toilets in malls, hospitals and other public places within.
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Watch Google's Funny Video for Its New Photo-Scanning App

The search giant has introduced an easy way to capture your embarrassing childhood photos.
Advertising

Google, Facebook Move to Restrict Ads on Fake News Sites

The shifts comes as Google, Facebook and Twitter face a backlash over the role they played in the U.S. presidential election.
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