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  • Pakistan, Afghanistan to use Google Maps to settle border row

    Pakistan and Afghanistan plan to use Google Maps to help settle a border dispute that led to deadly clashes last week, officials from both sides said Monday...

    On Friday, Pakistan closed the border after attacks by Afghan forces on census staff and security personnel escorting them left 12 people dead and 40 others injured...

  • Google-supported Tech Mela to kick off in Pakistan tomorrow

    Google has announced its support for the largest online shopping festival in Pakistan, dubbed ‘Tech Mela’, the online shopping event will be the first of its kind in the country’s emerging e-commerce market...

    “Pakistan’s mobile industry is really taking off with more and more people coming online and using their smartphones as their primary Internet device,” said Tania Aidrus, Country Manager South Asia Frontier at Google...

  • Will the next Google or Facebook come out of Pakistan?

    ”Universities in Pakistan have to catch up with the fast-transforming global higher-ed landscape...

    Take a look: How the HEC is wronging Pakistan's scholarsUniversities in Pakistan have to transform into breeding grounds of creativity that would one day give birth to the next Google or Facebook...

  • Google to train university students in Pakistan

    Internet giant Google will visit various universities across Pakistan to equip students with modern Google tools and services, Tech Juice reported on Tuesday...

    The purpose behind the events is to help students and primarily developers, designers and bloggers to earn money through different techniques that are the most optimal ones for using Google services...

  • Google honours Pakistan’s ‘angel of mercy’

    KARACHI: The Google search engine on Tuesday featured a doodle commemorating the life of Abdul Sattar Edhi, the man who built a charitable empire out of nothing, on what would have been his 89th birthday...

    “It brings us extreme joy that Google remembered my father on his birthday and honoured Edhi sahib and Pakistan with this doodle,” he said...

  • Google lists 5 reasons that make Pakistan an attractive place for foreign investors

    Google's Head of Large Customer Marketing, South Asia, Lars Anthonisen believes Pakistan, that he describes as a fast emerging "digital-first country", will prove to be a good investment for entrepreneurs around the world...

    Anthonisen believes that Pakistan is on its way to "produce one of the largest digital audiences in the world" and is, therefore, a growing market for foreign investors...

  • Google launches new features to aid Pakistan’s anti-virus response

    ISLAMABAD: Amid lockdowns during the Covid-19 crisis, tech giant Google has launched various features and incentives to ease load on telecommunication providers and to support remote learning and access to correct information in Pakistan...

    According to a Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) press release issued on Wednesday, Google introduced new features and resources for users in Pakistan to help them stay informed and...

  • Google expanding self-driving vehicle testing to Phoenix

    The company’s Google unit has conducted driverless vehicle testing for six years in Mountain View, California, where it is based, and expanded testing to Austin, Texas last summer...

    Major automakers, and technology companies led by Google, are racing to develop and sell vehicles that can drive themselves, but they have complained that safety rules are impeding testing and ultimate deployment of such vehicles...

  • Google to buy part of Taiwan smartphone maker HTC for $1bn

    Taiwan's struggling smartphone maker HTC said on Thursday it would sell part of its smartphone business to Google for $1...

    Google will take on half of HTC's research staff — about 2,000 people — many of whom have already been working on the Silicon Valley firm's Pixel handset, as well as intellectual property (IP) licensing...

  • Google launches new policy to boost news organisations' subscriptions

    Google on Monday announced new steps to help struggling news organisations, including an end to a longstanding “first click free” policy to generate fresh revenues for publishers hurt by the shift from print to digital...

    “I truly believe that Google and news publishers actually share a common cause,” said Google vice president Philipp Schindler...

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