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The new Google Bolo app

Google steps up to empower India in education, launches new application Google Bolo for the school kids to learn and read better. Google plays an effective role to provide knowledge and information on a vast level which is easily accessible to everyone. Looking at the education level in northern part of India, Google came with the idea of learning and reading the application for the kids, where they can easily access and learn how to read and pronounce the words.

Google Bolo will be more helpful to rural kids those have not sufficient support to go to school or worst teaching regulations in some part of India. Smartphones now become a common accessory where everyone is now using it. So, it’s an effective and impactful concept by Google which we hope this can improve the teaching techniques, which adds a new invention in smart class. Google Bolo as now provides in two languages in English and Hindi to mark its proficiency in a better manner. Google Bolo developed with great AI and provide a supporting character Diya which enhance, explain and support to the users. The app is available and can be downloaded from play store and works with all smartphones operating KitKat or above. We, the TGI Technologies shows our immense gratitude to Google for empowering and creating such a platform for future generations. Google

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Is that HTTPS Good for SEO?

Back in August of last year Google officially announced that switching your website over to HTTPS will give you a minor ranking boost. If you’ve been doing some online searches (scoping out your competition, perhaps? Looking for a company to remodel your kitchen?), you’ve probably noticed both HTTP and HTTPS sites. What is the difference between the two, and is it important in terms of online marketing?

Get search engine rank benefits and increased user trust from installing SSL site-wide. Google recently announced that having an SSL Certificate is the easiest thing site owners can do to boost SEO ranking. … The Google search boost for using SSL applies to all sites, whether they have personal information or not.

HTTPS: Secure HyperText Transfer Protocol

HTTPS, or “secure http”, was developed to allow authorization and secured transactions. Exchanging confidential information needs to be secured in order to prevent unauthorized access, and https makes this happen. In many ways, https is identical to http because it follows the same basic protocols. The http or https client, such as a Web browser, establishes a connection to a server on a standard port. However, https offers an extra layer of security because it uses SSL to move data.

For all intents and purposes, HTTPS is HTTP, it’s just the secure version.

To get technical on you, the main difference is that it uses TCP Port 443 by default, so HTTP and HTTPS are two separate communications.

HTTPS works in conjunction with another protocol, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), to transport data safely (which is really the key difference that Google cares about).

Remember, HTTP and HTTPS don’t care how the data gets to its destination. In contrast, SSL doesn’t care what the data looks like (like HTTP does).

That is why HTTPS really offers the best of both worlds: Caring about what the user sees visually, but also having an extra layer of security when moving data from point A to point B.

 

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