Google, one of the world’s most popular search engines, has launched a new app called Google Search that allows students to access a wealth of information at their fingertips.
The app, called Google for Education, is available on iOS and Android.
It is designed to help students, teachers and parents navigate information and access resources that might be important to them.
It comes after Google’s parent company Alphabet, which also owns Google, announced in June it had acquired a stake in a startup that makes search technology, which Google describes as a tool for the education market.
Alphabet has invested $2.2 billion in companies that make and sell search technology.
It has also invested heavily in companies like Alphabet Education, which is owned by Alphabet parent Google, and Tensor, which makes artificial intelligence software that can help teach students how to solve problems.
Google has long been an early investor in education.
Its parent company, Alphabet, bought out Yahoo in 2013 for $1.65 billion.
But the acquisition was delayed until at least 2018, when Alphabet announced it was buying the technology company for $15.5 billion.
Google is a key player in the world of search and the search advertising business.
Its search advertising service, AdWords, is used by more than 4 million businesses to target ads to customers.
Its Google News app is used to curate news for businesses and users around the world.
Its parent company also owns some of the most powerful search engines in the United States.
Google has been a dominant force in the U.S. search market for years.
But as Alphabet has become more powerful, it has seen its market share decline.
Alas, Google has made some strides in the education space in recent years.
In 2015, it was one of three search engines that were among the first to allow users to see how much time students spent on Google searches, and it has become one of Alphabet’s main rivals in search advertising.
Allegations of Google’s anti-trust violations are not new.
Alphabet had faced a number of regulatory problems over the years, including allegations that it illegally collected personal information from people who used its services.
Alphabet has also been embroiled in several high-profile antitrust investigations.
Google also lost the antitrust case brought against it by the Federal Trade Commission in 2015, which ultimately led to the agency revoking its $1 billion award to the company in 2017.
Algeria’s government says Google and the other top five search engines collected more than 100 billion search queries in 2017 alone.
The country has a population of 4.3 billion.
Alibaba, the Chinese online giant that has grown from a tiny start-up in 1999 to one of China’s largest Internet companies, has been at the forefront of the search market.
Alibaba has expanded into the U