The world’s largest tech company, Google, is in Kathmd, Nepal, on Monday to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the country’s first mobile phone network.

Kathmandu is the first city in the world to have a mobile phone service.

It is the second-largest city in Nepal, with a population of 8 million people.

It has become the hub of the Internet economy and is also home to many of the world’s most successful internet companies, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Vimeo.

Google’s mobile-based advertising business has grown rapidly in Nepal and the company is targeting a global audience with the launch of its Google Adwords mobile app, which is being rolled out to all Nepali users.

Google announced the mobile app last month in Kathudu, the capital of Nepal, and is rolling out to its mobile users in other parts of the region.

Kartik Mehta, a senior analyst at Gartner, said that with the new mobile app Google is making a concerted effort to target users in a way that is not necessarily exclusive to those living in Kathid.

“The ad industry is looking at the mobile-app space in terms of how can it expand into this space,” he said.

The new mobile ad platform will allow users to search for local ads, as well as local events, restaurants and places to go for food and drinks.

“This is a major shift,” said Mehtas, who said that mobile ads will play a big role in the future of the ad industry.

The Google mobile app has been available for Android devices for more than two years, but has not been released for iPhone yet.

The company is also expanding the reach of its mobile ads, which it said will reach nearly 100 million people across the globe by 2020.

Google has been expanding its reach in Nepal by offering free access to its Google Maps mobile app and Google Play Video for the past year.

Google is also rolling out its YouTube mobile app for iPhones, iPads and Android smartphones, and has launched its Google Play TV app for televisions.

Google said that its mobile ad platforms are growing exponentially in the region, with more than 40 million people using Google AdSense, or digital advertising revenue.

The mobile ad industry, Mehtahs said, is set to take off in Nepal in the coming years.

“It is a real opportunity for the ad business in the country, as it is very complementary to the Internet,” he added.

“They can now expand into the larger audience and make money from it.

The market is very much alive and growing.”