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Most popular questions on Google South Africa

Is Bucie pregnant, Google Chrome’s language settings, and Black Friday trended on Google SA this past week.


The most accurate lip-reading software ever made

Researchers from Google’s AI division DeepMind have created the most accurate lip-reading software ever made.

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Google locks Android user out of account after he moves cities

Google has reportedly locked a user out of his Android account after flagging it for “suspicious activity”.

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Google, how do you borrow airtime from MTN?

Google has released its top 10 trending questions on Google SA.

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Android vs iPhone in South Africa – the winner is clear

The latest numbers from Vodacom show which mobile platforms are the most popular in South Africa.


You have to play Google’s super-addictive drawing game right now

“Quick, Draw” by Google is an addictive game that asks players to draw a list of items and then gets its neural network to guess what the doodles are.


Google PhotoScan – scan your old photos onto your smartphone

Google has launched PhotoScan, an app that lets smartphone users scan and save physical printed photos to their device.


Android phones leaking private data to China

Kryptowire has released a report describing how certain Android devices collected personal data and transmitted it to third-party servers without consent.

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Google and Facebook take on fake news websites

Google and Facebook have announced measures aimed at halting the spread of “fake news” on the Internet, according to a report by Reuters.

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Google Play Music gets redesign

Google has unveiled a redesigned music streaming service.

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