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<strong>Google</strong> <strong>Brazil</strong> <strong>chief</strong> arrested over YouTube video

Google Brazil chief arrested over YouTube video

27 Sep 2012

Police announced the arrest of the head of Google Brazil over his refusal to remove YouTube videos that allegedly slander a mayoral candidate.

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Robin Williams, <strong>Brazil</strong> World Cup, Ebola top 2014 <strong>Google</strong> searches

Robin Williams, Brazil World Cup, Ebola top 2014 Google searches

18 Dec 2014

San Francisco: The late Hollywood star Robin Williams, Brazil's World Cup soccer championship, and the Ebola virus have been the top searches on Google this year, according to the tech company.

Hollywood star,   Robin Williams,   Brazil World Cup,   Ebola virus,   Google trends,   Google searches,  
<strong>Google</strong> to train two million Android developers: Pichai

Google to train two million Android developers: Pichai

17 Dec 2015

New Delhi: Global internet search engine giant Google will train two million new Android developers in the next three years, its chief executive Sundar Pichai said today.

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We must support all minority communities: <strong>Google</strong> CEO Pichai

We must support all minority communities: Google CEO Pichai

12 Dec 2015

New York: After Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, Google's India-born head Sundar Pichai has come out in support of Muslims saying it is important to have a diverse mix of voices and backgrounds to build a company or leading a country.

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Need to maximise broadband, says <strong>Google</strong> India <strong>chief</strong>

Need to maximise broadband, says Google India chief

05 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Indian government should look at maximising broadband connectivity in the country to become a more competitive nation in the digital space.

Broadband connectivity,   India internet,   Digital India,   Online payment system,   Rajan Anandan,   Internet and Mobile Association of India,   Google India,  
2 Million Using Free Wi-Fi At Railway Stations In India: Sundar Pichai

2 Million Using Free Wi-Fi At Railway Stations In India: Sundar Pichai

29 Jul 2016

New York: About two million people are logging on to free Wi-Fi deployed by Google and RailTel at major railway stations across India every month, chief of the global search giant Sundar Pichai said.  

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<strong>Google</strong> <strong>Brazil</strong> president faces arrest order over elections law

Google Brazil president faces arrest order over elections law

26 Sep 2012

An arrest order has been issued against Google Brazil's president over his refusal to remove YouTube videos that "slander" a mayoral candidate, judicial authorities said.

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Amazon and <strong>Google</strong> start e-book sales in <strong>Brazil</strong>

Amazon and Google start e-book sales in Brazil

06 Dec 2012

Amazon.com Inc and Google Inc both opened their digital bookstores in Brazil on Thursday, hot on the heels of e-book offerings by local booksellers in a fast-growing online retail market.

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<strong>Google</strong>+ <strong>chief</strong> Vic Gundotra announces his departure

Google+ chief Vic Gundotra announces his departure

25 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Google+ chief Vic Gundotra has announced his departure from the company. Gundotram, who held the title senior vice-president, social, at his departure, however, gave no clues about his next move.

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<strong>Google</strong> Fined $6.7 Million For Violating Law In Russia

Google Fined $6.7 Million For Violating Law In Russia

12 Aug 2016

Moscow: Russia's anti-monopoly watchdog said on Thursday it has fined technology giant Google 438 million rubles ($6.7 million) for violating competition law.

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