Google's biggest potential growth markets have one big hurdle in common: People often lack access to the internet. So the tech giant is helping the development along by setting up its own Wi-Fi hotspots.
US internet behemoth Google has announced it's investing half a billion dollars in China's second-largest e-commerce company, JD.com. The move is meant to expand its retail services around the world.
They have spent hours on multiple planes just to get to Russia. But the long journey and huge costs have certainly not dampened the spirits of hundreds of fans from South and Central America.
At an internet conference in Berlin, Manning said the tech giants were aiding "progress towards totalitarianism." It was her first trip abroad since being jailed for passing secret US government files to Wikileaks.
Alphabet, the parent company for Google, reported better-than-expected profits in the first quarter. The first-quarter surge came on the back of strong ad sales and an accounting adjustment for investments in startups.
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