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13 Jan 2019
Google Inc. Vice President of Search and Assistant Nick Fox discusses the unveiling of new partnerships to get its digital assistant into more homes.
10 Oct 2018
Mario Queiroz, vice-president of hardware product management at Google Inc., discusses the launch of new products aimed at competitors Apple and Amazon.
31 Jul 2018
Google recently announced the launch of its Google station to provide free Wifi in selected public spaces in Nigeria. This is in partnership with 21st Century technologies, provider of high speed broadband internet.
27 Jul 2018
Technology Company Google is aiming to provide high-speed wi-fi hotspots in Nigeria through its Google Station in a bid to provide internet access across the country. With an initial launch in Lagos, Google plans to reach 200 locations across 5 cities by the end of 2019.
9 Mar 2017
Fei-Fei Li, Google Cloud chief scientist, discusses the transformation of machine learning in cloud technology and the diversity challenges in artificial intelligence.

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