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Our doodle of the Day- Hedy Lamarr's 101 birthday
We love highlighting the many good stories about women’s achievements in science and technology. When the story involves a 1940s Hollywood star-turned-inventor who helped develop technologies we all use with our smartphones today… well, we just have to share it with the world.

Today our doodle celebrates Hedy Lamarr, the Austrian-born actress  Hollywood once dubbed “the most beautiful woman in the world.”  The patent for “frequency hopping” Lamarr co-authored laid the groundwork for widely-used technologies like Bluetooth, GPS and wifi that we rely upon daily.

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Tech Talk- Plan Bee
On Thursday 19th November, we'll  be hosting a Tech Talk in Accra, Ghana to discuss tips and practices to building quality apps, engage more users, and empower businesses. Attending developers will also get to learn more about resources available for building quality business and technical apps.

If you are in accra and will be interested interested in attending, please click
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Pls visit nigeria too.i would like to hear u guys nd i guess a lot of other tech guru,would like too.
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We are thrilled to announce our collaboration with the Kenya National Archives,   and the launching of the digitised National Archives - an initiative that celebrates and promotes Kenyan history, Africa’s heroes and cultural heritage.....#KenyaNationalArchives #GoogleArt
From the heroes of Kenya, to the carvings and sculptures of the Shona of Zimbabwe, the Makonde of Tanzania and the Karamojong of Uganda to the calabash artwork of West Africa, internet users can now explore the diversity and richness of Africa's culture and heritage on their desktop and mobile ...
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We're excited. Project Link expands to Ghana!
Since we first announced Project Link in Uganda, our work with partners has shown us what's possible, and we want to see more. That’s why today, we are expanding Project Link to Ghana, our first country in West Africa, so that we can work with local Internet service providers (ISPs) and mobile network operators (MNOs) to bring fast, reliable broadband to more people across the continent.
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Two new Nexus phones, Chromecast updates, the Pixel C tablet, and Android Marshmallow coming to a device near you. See all the news from our announcement yesterday →
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+Thapelo Motlogeloa the normal Play Store is available in South Africa, and some African countries as I understand it. The issue with Music, Movies, etc is apparently within our own countries and not with Google. Seems there are local restrictions and licensing needed and some companies want to monopolise the local market.
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This Wednesday, Google Developer Expert +Hiren Patel will be hosting a Hangout to share tips on how to use Material Design Lite to design and transform websites.
Interested? RSVP at And remember to also leave your questions or suggest future topics.

Date: Wednesday 23rd Sept
Time: 6PM (South African Time), 7PM (East African Time), 5PM (West African Time)
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The Eaglets soared again this weekend in Chile.
Congratulations to the Nigerian Under 17 football team.
#champions   #backtoback
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Ooo the Nigerians have done well so we must to congrat them the under 17
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We’re committed to a greener future in Kenya and around the world. Our investment in the Lake Turkana Wind Power Project will help bring 310 megawatts of clean energy onto Kenya’s grid—enough to power more than 2M households across the country.
We've come a long way since we first started investing in renewable energy, committing more than $2 billion to 22 clean energy projects, and broadening our portfolio to include new regions like Africa. Since investing in the continent's largest solar project, we've continued to see a big ...
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YouTube series of the week
If you love african drama and have some free time this weekend, we think you will love One Chance by +NdaniTV. Based on true life experiences, One Chance follows the experiences of 3 friends who fall into the hands of ...wait, lets not spoil it for you. Check it out yourself :-)
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Doodle of the Day
Happy 55th Independence Nigeria!
We join with the world in wishing all Nigerians many more years of flight. Drawing inspiration from the Nigerian coat of arms, the Doodle features the mighty Niger and Benue rivers that wind across the country’s fertile plains before merging and flowing into the Atlantic. Symbolic of resoluteness and strength, an eagle cuts across a vast Nigerian sky at the center. Keep soaring Naija!
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Thank you!
Thank you for helping us reach our goal to raise €10 million for refugees & migrants in need. 
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One of the great benefits of Chrome is bringing the power of your browser to your mobile device. Once you sign into Chrome, you can bring your bookmarks, history, and other settings to all your devices.
Anything you update on one device instantly updates everywhere else, keeping your information safe in case anything happens to your computer.
To sign in, open up Chrome, go to the menu which looks like 3 vertical dots in the top right hand corner, go to ‘Settings’ and hit ‘sign in to Chrome’ and away you go!
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Google's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful.

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The Internet is a powerful source of information. Google's strategy in Africa is to get more users online by developing an accessible, relevant and sustainable internet ecosystem.
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