The search giant is looking to bring its Wi-Fi-beaming balloons to the South Asian country, but discussions are still in early stages.
The platform, first launched in India, is heading to other parts of Asia as part of Google's effort to bring affordable smartphones to emerging markets.
Technically Incorrect: An Iowa man who admits to being under the influence of pot asks his arresting officer to pose with him for a Snapchat selfie. The officer happily obliges.
The search giant is now using savvier machine learning to better tell which messages are legit and which ones are junk.
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The Lite version of the Facebook app is designed for people with budget Android phones stuck on slower 2G networks found in developing markets.
Negotiations with Hutchison Whampoa could mean subscribers get free use of mobile phone networks in the UK, Hong Kong, and other countries, according to the UK's Independent.
Designed for lower-end Android devices and developing smartphone markets, Lite is a small app for 2G networks.
Google wants very much to be known as more than just a search company, and over the next year many of its biggest moves will be in other areas.
The Singapore-based online video platform Viddsee now has an app for the iPhone that lets you watch over 700 Asian short films.