Google Hire vs Microsoft’s Linkedin: What’s Your Take?

Google Hire Earlier this year, Google launched its Google for Jobs search engine, which organised listings from a range of employment sites including LinkedIn, Careerbuilder and Glassdoor. Then late last month. it unveiled its first piece of Human Resource (HR) software, called Google Hire, which will help small and mid-sized US businesses to communicate with… Read More Google Hire vs Microsoft’s Linkedin: What’s Your Take?

Google Has launched Street View, Launchpad Space and YouTube Go in Nigeria

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, first visit to Nigeria, was to attend a #GoogleForNigeria event in Lagos yesterday (July 27) as the company launched a range of new products, including YouTube Go, an “offline first” version of the video sharing platform for users with slow internet connections. YouTube Go will allow users preview and download… Read More Google Has launched Street View, Launchpad Space and YouTube Go in Nigeria

19-Year-Old Ghanaian has Built a Search Engine to Rival Google and Youtube

Gabriel Opare, a 19-year-old Ghanaian student has built a new search engine to rival Google and Youtube. Gabriel built a free search engine for videos called Mudclo. Mudclo, an impressive metasearch engine, allows users to discover, search and stream video content from multiple sources on the internet all in one place. Gabriel believes his search engine… Read More 19-Year-Old Ghanaian has Built a Search Engine to Rival Google and Youtube

Google Launches “Hire” Recruitment App: Good for You, Bad for Linkedin

Google has launched Hire, a recruiting app that integrates with its G Suite platform, which includes apps like Gmail and Google Calendar. Hire is a tool for posting job openings and managing applicants, allowing the internet search giant to take a stab at sites like LinkedIn and Indeed, as spotted by Axios. News of the… Read More Google Launches “Hire” Recruitment App: Good for You, Bad for Linkedin

Google’s Bunmi Banjo is Giving One Million Africans a Digital Future

Africa’s youth population is expected to double to a staggering 830 million by 2050, such rapid growth has led to questions about how the continent will keep up in terms of resources and jobs. A report by the International Labor Organization (ILO) into World Employment paints a dire picture of the state of youth unemployment and working poverty… Read More Google’s Bunmi Banjo is Giving One Million Africans a Digital Future