Google workers protest China plan secrecy
Hundreds of Google employees have called on the company to provide more transparency over plans to develop a search engine app in China that sources say would block some websites and search terms.
Google wants back in...in China
Google left China in 2010, refusing to bow to state censorship. Now it is willing to create a censored search engine to meet Beijing's needs. Bob Boorstin, who was on the team that made the decision for Google to enter China in 2006, and Bloomberg Opinion's Shira Ovide break down what's changed for Google.
What China trade tensions mean for U.S. tech companies
Can Google and Facebook make inroads into China? How will trade tensions affect their plans? Isaac Stone Fish, Asia Society senior fellow, talks with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Highlights from Google for Nigeria
Here is the highlight from the recent Google for Nigeria event that took place recently in Lagos. Google for Nigeria an innovation to improve Africa's digital use
Nigeria partners Google to develop economy
The federal government Thursday revealed that it plans to carry out a massive economic overhaul through supports and investments in technology developments across the country.
Google rolls out free Wi-Fi access in Nigeria
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.
Google trains 12 startups
Google's first Launchpad Accelerator Africa Program has ended at the Impact Hub, Lagos Nigeria. Twelve startups had the opportunity to spend three months on an intense journey with the internet search and tech giant.
Ad sales surge at Google parent Alphabet, but so do costs
Strong growth in ad sales on Google search and YouTube were not enough to offset a surge in costs at parent Alphabet Inc that shrank the first-quarter operating margin, leaving shares volatile.