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From the blood moon to "Gone Girl," a look back at this week's hot topics through the lens of Google Search:
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Manage your family’s Easter activities with the Google Search App. You can ask Google for the weekend forecast to make sure your neighborhood Easter egg hunt won’t be rained out; impress (and inspire) your kids with Image Search; and—since jelly beans aren’t typically on your grocery list—ask Google to remind you to pick some up when you’re at the supermarket.

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Who says jelly beans aren't on my normal shopping list?
There would be more reason for a hehe if Android 4.3 was still the latest.
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Happy birthday to Ivana Brlić Mažuranić! Our doodle in Croatia today celebrates this children’s author with a tribute to her popular 1913 story “The Marvelous Adventures and Misadventures of Hlapić the Apprentice.”
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Don't let your work computer become a #TBT. Chromebooks are more secure and easier to keep updated than traditional desktops—especially since Microsoft ended support for Windows XP last week. If you've been considering making the switch for your organization, now's a good time. We're offering $100 off managed Chromebooks to help you make the most of the web in your business:

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Microsoft made update for ​​Windows XP for 13 years, free! Will you do the same things?

One thing is sure, you have not done that for my GalaxyNexus!
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Has Google ever given you a #slightlysuperhuman moment?
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Stay up to date with the hottest searches on Google with new email notifications for Google Trends. You can subscribe to any search topic, Hot Searches for 47 countries, or any monthly U.S. Top Chart. So whether it’s "Game of Thrones," the top news stories from where your cousins live, or your favorite sports team, you’ll always be up to speed on the latest. Learn more: and get started at 
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There's now a new place for businesses to get the help they need to succeed on the web. Join the Google Business Community to connect with Googlers, advisors, experts and other businesses like yours:
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Project Tango is getting ready to launch into space! Coming from Google's ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects) group, Project Tango is an effort to create mobile devices that are aware of physical space the way humans are. Now it's helping NASA astronauts map the inside of the International Space Station.
Project Tango Prepping for Launch Into Space

Since the summer of 2013, the Project Tango team has been working closely with a team at the NASA Ames Research Center.  The goal: to integrate a Project Tango prototype onto a robotic platform, called SPHERES, that flies inside the International Space Station. The SPHERES program aims to develop zero-gravity autonomous platforms that could act as robotic assistants for astronauts or perform maintenance activities independently on station.  The 3D-tracking and mapping capabilities of Project Tango would allow SPHERES to reconstruct a 3D-map of the space station and, for the first time in history, enable autonomous navigation of a floating robotic platform 230 miles above the surface of the earth.

Project Tango and SPHERES are scheduled to be launched into orbit this summer. The future is awesome.
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Watch a new video to hear from women leaders about why they’re passionate about working in tech, then learn more about the #WomenTechmakers program at
Video: Women Techmakers: Make your passion.
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Last month 11,000 technical women attended 125 events across 52 countries to build greater visibility, community, and resources for women in technology.

Today we're excited to debut a video featuring innovative women leaders who share their personal stories, solutions, and impact on the technology industry. 

Learn more about the Women Techmakers program at and join our Google+ community at
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I am not quite sure whether this thing was ever meant to work:
1) Instead of encouraging women to act like Don Quixote - how about to create movies encouraging men and change their minds? Some guys who'd say "Hey, we hired this coder and she is no worse than other boys. And she didn't get pregnant two weeks after her acceptance. And she is not some hysterical beast. Trust me, it actually may work for you." The movies should talk the masculine way to men.
2) Not every girl is passionate about technology as well as not every boy is passionate about shopping. Do not project your desires to anyone else's mind.
3) I repeat: those who are good, do not need encourage that much. Do we need mediocre technicians?
4) many of these "techno girls" are not techno at all. They do "all that stuff"
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We're expanding CS4HS (Computer Science for High School), our program that provides funding and support for experts to create professional development training in CS education for K-12 educators. This year we're adding CS4HS projects in Latin America, as well as running eight online workshops so you can join wherever you are. Learn more: and check out to sign up for a workshop and find more resources. 
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