Google News title Canada to receive $4 billion in Google funding article Google Finance (Canada), a subsidiary of Google, announced Tuesday that it will receive a $4 million grant from the U.S. government to help accelerate the development of Nexgo, its digital assistant for children.
Nexgene will provide Nexo with an extensive set of analytics tools, including the ability to interact with parents and teachers, so it can help children interact more effectively with their school and home.
It also will provide education and training to help parents and educators manage their Nexegene devices, which include computers, tablets and smart TVs.
The grant will be used to support the company’s research and development and expand its capabilities.
Google is also investing $2 million in the company, which has raised $2.5 billion in venture capital funding since 2013.
The investment will help Nexgiene accelerate its research and technology.
NeXgene is an app for preschoolers and elementary school students that allows parents to ask their child’s questions and provide helpful information, and helps the child with math, reading and other tasks.
Google recently introduced a companion app for older children called “The Smart Kindergarten,” which allows parents and other adults to ask and answer questions with their children.
The two apps have been downloaded more than 70 million times.
Nexfene is a Canadian company, and Nexengene was founded by Justin NeXgen, a former executive at Facebook.
Nexa is currently in closed beta testing.
It is not clear when Nexgeo will be available for purchase in Canada.
Nexdgene launched in 2015.
It has more than 2 million users in Canada, according to Google Finance.
Google will also award a $1.5 million grant to help NeXgo get a foothold in the U:i n the U., Google said in a news release.
Nexus has been in beta testing since June 2016.
In January 2017, Google began its first public public beta for Nexglene, a $5-a-month subscription service for preschool and elementary children that allows users to ask questions about math, science, reading, and other topics and to have NeXglene answer questions about them.
It was announced in February 2017 that Google will give away more than $100 million in annual grants over the next decade.
In December 2016, Google launched a new service, Nexlge, for parents to use with their preschoolers to provide a learning environment for their children and teach math and science to their children in a safe, fun and personalized way.
The company also has a mobile app called Nexgniene, which is available for Android and iOS.
NeXTGE is a spin-off of NeXgiene, and it is based in Montreal.
It began in 2011 as a joint venture between the Canadian and U.K.-based NeXplo, but is now based in New York City.
Google also announced that it is providing more than half a billion dollars in new funding over the coming years.