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Google has been fined €4.3 billion ($5 billion) by the EU antitrust watchdog over Android monopoly. But the EU isn't done yet.
Alphabet says Loon and Wing are ready to become real businesses, but it’s impossible to know if any of its ‘other bets’ are paying o...
BI PRIME: Alphabet's "other bets" have cost Google's parent company $13 billion. But investors can't tell which, if any, of those companies look promising and which are dogs.
Google became Alphabet more than year ago, but confusion still abounds as to how it's organized. Here's what's under the corporate umbrella.
Alphabet's X continues to take big ideas and turn them into independent pursuits. Wing seeks to develop a drone-delivery system, and Loon relies on high-flying balloons to deliver internet access. Both are now separate companies operating under the Alphabet umbrella.
Everything we’ve heard so far about the Pixel Watch, the rumored Google smartwatch said to be coming later this year
Google doesn't currently sell its own smartwatches, but 2018 could be the year that changes: the tech giant is reportedly working on the Pixel watch, a flagship smartwatch for its Wear OS platform.
Out of Google's first 21 employees, only six still work for the search giant. Among them: Susan Wojcicki, Urs Hölzle, Sergey Brin, and Larry Page. The rest have moved on to angel investing, philanthropy, and for many, lives of luxury.
Everyone knows Gmail, Google Earth, and Google Calendar. But Google offers plenty of other tools, features, and services to make your life easier. Here are 17 that you may not have tried yet.
Google has unveiled the winning drawing for its annual Doodle 4 Google contest, which lets students design the Google Doodle. This year's winner was Sarah Gomez-Lane, a first-grader from Virginia.
In the unofficial race to become the first company with a market capitalization of $1 trillion, Apple still leads the pack, but Microsoft and Alphabet were both affected by turbulence abroad, shuffling the order.
Microsoft just surpassed Alphabet’s market cap for the first time in 3 years and the race to become the first trillion dollar company is heating...
Microsoft's market cap finished Tuesday at $753 billion, $14 billion ahead of Alphabet's $739 billion valuation. Microsoft now sits as the third most valuable company in the world.