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During this weekend's game against Liverpool, 20 global fans will "be" at the 'Theatre of Dreams' - live - from wherever they are in the world, through Front Row.
The fans will be showing their support through Google+ Hangouts, beamed onto the LED digital advertising hoardings throughout the game.
Front Row supporters will be able to share in the magic of being at Old Trafford, joining 76,000 ticket holders and fellow Front Row participants the world over.
Watch this new video to find out more: http://goo.gl/CyXTH9
#MUFrontRow #MUFC #Football
Which countries have the highest Internet usage by population?
Visit the #MapsGallery to find out which countries have the highest and lowest Internet usage by population.
For each country you'll find a graph - the world average appears in a green line with the blue line indicating the country - here we've selected the UK.
Visit the gallery to search for countries around the world: goo.gl/P8MavW
Ready for rugby this weekend?
This weekend the #RBS6Nations tournament continues with , and all competing.
Viewers around the world can watch game highlights on the YouTube channel - subscribe here before the games begin: http://goo.gl/bQ08IE
There are plenty of ways you can keep the conversation going after the game too, even if your favourite team isn't playing - join one of these Google+ Communities: http://goo.gl/G2Fgzj
This #AutoAwesome of 'England Sevens' player Tom Mitchell was shared on the Google+ page.
#SixNations #6nations #Rugby
Celebrating the "bird's-eye view painter"
Today a special #GoogleDoodle in Japan celebrates the life and work of Yoshida HatsuSaburo - a famous artist from Kyoto.
Yoshida was born in 1884 and started his working life painting kimonos.
He is famous for developing his "bird's-eye view" paintings which depicted the Japanese landscape.
See Doodles from around the world in our gallery: http://goo.gl/8qHj7u
Launchpad - calling all entrepreneurs...
Anyone who's ever started their own business knows that you can learn from everyone.
, Google's East London startup hub is a place where thousands of entrepreneurs come to meet and learn every day.
Now we're teaming up with on Launchpad - visit their website for more details and to watch an introduction video: http://goo.gl/mKdVWo
Celebrating International Women's Day
A special #GoogleDoodle features on google.co.uk to mark International Women's Day tomorrow.
Click on the play button to see women around the world sharing their greetings.
Tomorrow will host a Women Techmakers Summit to celebrate and support women in technology - click on this link for more details: http://goo.gl/ntcfZp
#WomenTechmakers #Doodle #IWMD2014
Celebrating an English poet.
Today on google.co.uk there is a special #GoogleDoodle to celebrate the life and work of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
The English poet was born on the 6th March in 1806, and became known for poems such as "How Do I Love Thee?"
You can read more about her in this article from : http://goo.gl/VB5i5U
Visit the Cornish jungle....
Take a moment this morning to explore the jungle underneath the dome of the in Cornwall, England.
Click on this #StreetView link to start your journey: http://goo.gl/maps/Y7weC.
To find more photographs, posts and stories from Cornwall click here: http://goo.gl/dsKGp8
Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus!
Happy Saint David's Day - a special day for Wales and Welsh people all over the world.
To celebrate there is a special #GoogleDoodle on google.co.uk featuring a red dragon and a woman in traditional costume.
To learn more about the history of Wales and today's celebrations click here: http://goo.gl/uI1FW
#Wales #Cardiff #StDavidsDay