Top 10 world-changing ideas from Google: Android, Street View and Glass

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Ten years on from its stock market debut, we look back at some of the innovations that have boosted Google's strength

Here's a sobering thought: if you'd invested $10,000 in Google when it launched on the stock market on 19 August 2004 at $85 a share, you'd now be sitting on an investment of around $70,000, with its share...

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