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    Google Unveils $2bn Data Hub in Poland

    US tech giant Google on Wednesday launched a new cloud data hub in Warsaw — its first in Central and Eastern Europe — with an investment of nearly $2.0 billion (1.7 billion euros). Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki hailed the new...

    Google Honours Oliver De Coque On His 74th Posthumous Birthday

    Google on Wednesday created a doodle to celebrate the 74th posthumous birthday of late Nigerian guitarist, Oliver De Coque. Coque, whose real name is Oliver Sunday Akanite, was one of Africa’s most inventive recording artists who recorded at least 93...

    Google Creates Doodle To Celebrate 21 Years Anniversary

    Google on Friday September 27, 2019, celebrated its 21st birthday with a special doodle. The doodle shows a desktop computer dating back to 1998 and the old Google homepage alongside the old logo. Google came into existence on September 27, 1998,...

    Osinbajo: Vanguard Apologises For Publishing Allegations As VP Moves To Sue Google

    Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, has threatened to sue Google over ‘false allegations‘ made against him on a YouTube page. A video report published on September 20 on the video-sharing site by Roots TV Nigeria alleged that Mr Osinbajo “used” federal...

    Google, Facebook Reacts To Allegations Over Meddling In Russia’s Elections

    Google and Facebook have on Monday denied allegations that they had interfered in Russian elections by running political ads during the voting day. The search engine and social network said in separate statements that it was the advertisers who were...

    Google Bans Adverts For Unproven Medical Treatments

    Google said Friday it was banning online ads for unproven medical treatments including most stem cell and gene therapy. “This new policy will prohibit ads selling treatments that have no established biomedical or scientific basis,” Google policy adviser Adrienne Biddings...

    Google, Youtube Incurs $170m Fine For Allegedly Collecting Children’s Data

    Google has on Wednesday been mandated to pay $170 million by the United States Federal Trade Commission to settle allegations of YouTube collecting data from kids without the knowledge of their parents. READ ALSO: Amazon Receives $4.4m Fine Over ‘Unfair...
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    Inflation: Nigerians Groan As Hardship Bites

    As double-digit inflation persists in the country, Nigerians, especially the middle class, have called for immediate remedies, lamenting that...
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