Google LGBT Pride Month Easter Egg: Spreadsheet Tribute Appears In Google Drive

Google LGBT Pride Month Easter Egg: Spreadsheet Tribute Appears In Google Drive
Google has always been a supporter of LGBT Pride Month , but this year they’ve done more than just publish another Google Doodle. The search giant has actually included a great hidden ‘Easter Egg’ in its spreadsheet app on Google Drive. All you have to do to see the hidden feature is type “PRIDE” into a spreadsheet, one letter per column. You’ll never believe what happens next:
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Google Search Removal Lets Europe Purify Its Past

Google Search Removal Lets Europe Purify Its Past
June 26 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Hans Nichols reports on Google removing search results following a privacy ruling from the European Union and looks at the excitement in Germany for today’s match between Germany and the United States. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
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Google Starts Purging Search Results in Europe

Google Starts Purging Search Results in Europe
Google has started to remove search results in certain cases in Europe, in compliance with the EU’s new “right to be forgotten” rules. The EU last month ruled that the company must allow individuals to request the removal of links to news articles, court judgments, and other documents that might turn up in results when searches are conducted on their names.
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Google Begins Removal of 'Right to be Forgotten' Search Results

Google Begins Removal of 'Right to be Forgotten' Search Results
Google has started to implement Europe’s recently introduced “right to be forgotten” law by removing entries from its search results, according to reports. The Court of Justice of the European Union made the ruling last month, which required the search engine giant to delete “inadequate or no longer relevant data” from its search results when requested by individuals to do so. The Wall Street …
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Google I/O 2014: 5 Biggest Takeaways

Google I/O 2014: 5 Biggest Takeaways
Google’s I/O 2014 developer’s keynote is in the books, and while the search giant didn’t have much to say about Google Glass, it proved to be an exciting event for consumers and developers alike. Android L is putting a fresh skin on Google’s mobile OS, and Android is on its way to new destinations like your car, your TV and even your wrist via Android Wear. Google I/O 2014 gave us a lot of new …
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