Google's parent company Alphabet announced about 12,000 job cuts globally on Friday, becoming the latest US tech giant to enact large-scale restructuring.
Technology firm, Google, has informed that its 12,000km Equiano subsea Internet cable, which landed in Nigeria in April, will become operational by December.
21 Apr 2022
Google has announced its first product development centre in Africa to be located in Nairobi Kenya.
7 Oct 2021
Search giant, Google is to invest $1 billion over the next five years in Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and others for the region’s digital transformation.
7 Oct 2021
Technology giant, Google, has reiterated its commitment to digital economy and transformation of Africa.
7 Oct 2021
Technology giant, Google has reiterated its commitment to digital economy and transformation in Africa.
20 Jul 2021
The Chief Executive Officer of Google, Sundar Pichai, has warned about threats to free and open Internet in several countries through the restriction of the flow of information.
23 Jun 2020
US President Donald Trump will prolong a ban on US employment permits to year-end and broaden it to include H-1B visas used widely in the tech industry, the White House said Monday.
30 Jan 2020
Technology startups in Nigeria, and others part of Africa are expected to leverage Google Developers Space in Lagos, for expansion.Previously referred to as the Google Launchpad Space, the Google Developers Space is a hub for African developers, entrepreneurs and startups.
29 Jan 2020
Google chief, Sundar Pichai, has said the world needs a free and open Internet for everyone, and hoped that all countries will come together for a common regulatory framework for artificial intelligence (AI).
20 Jan 2020
As the EU puts the digital revolution at the heart of policymaking it should take a "proportional approach" to regulate artificial intelligence, Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google said Monday.
17 Aug 2018
Hundreds of Google employees have signed a protest letter over the company's reported work on a censor-friendly search engine to get back into China, The New York Times said Thursday.