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14 Jul 2021
A new report from AppsFlyer in collaboration with Google, which tracked mobile app activities across three of Africa's largest app markets (Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa) between Q1 2020 and Q1 202...
13 Jul 2021
France's competition watchdog on Tuesday slapped Google with a 500-million-euro ($593-million) fine for failing to negotiate "in good faith" with media companies over the use of their content under EU copyright rules.
8 Jul 2021
Former US President Donald Trump on Wednesday unveiled a lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter and Google, escalating his years-long free speech battle with tech giants who he argues have wrongfully censored him.
6 Jul 2021
Hong Kong's leader on Tuesday brushed off a warning by major tech companies including Google, Facebook and Twitter that they may quit the financial hub if authorities push ahead with a new privacy law.
4 Jul 2021
The Lagos State government has engaged a higher gear in its bid to bolster technology development and bring youths up to speed in technology entrepreneurship. With substantial cash backing already on the table
24 Jun 2021
Google said Thursday it was delaying plans to phase out the use of browser "cookies" for its ad targeting after drawing complaints over its replacement for the technology.
23 Jun 2021
Google on Tuesday unveiled a platform that lets its workers calculate pay and benefits for remote work, and how this would change if they move to a cheaper - or more expensive - city.
23 Jun 2021
Google has renewed its commitment to grow Africa’s startup ecosystem through its Google for Startups Accelerator (GFSA) Africa class, applications for $3 million Black Founders Fund...
12 Jun 2021
“When the YouTube iOS app was first released, about 10 per cent of users were somehow uploading their videos upside-down. Engineers were puzzled until they took a closer look
9 Jun 2021
The state of Ohio on Tuesday filed an unprecedented lawsuit calling on a local court to declare Google as much a public utility as an electric company.
7 Jun 2021
France's competition regulator fined Google 220 million euros ($267 million) on Monday after finding it had favoured its own services for placing online ads at the expense of rivals, as US tech giants face growing pressure in Europe.
4 Jun 2021
Technology giant, Google, has kicked off a series of programmes running throughout this month to support the growth and recovery of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in Africa’s post-COVID economy.

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