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Google’s grand plan to target the ‘next billion’ internet users

Google has made no secret of its desire to target emerging markets and get more people using its services. But at its second “Google for India” event in New Delhi today, the internet giant unveiled a myriad of new products, programs, and updates as it looks to ramp up its efforts to get in front […]
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