Alphabet news stories
Alphabet publishes Q2 2021 financial results showing Google in fine form
CEO Sundar Pinchai says, "Our long-term investments in AI and Google Cloud are helping us drive significant improvements in everyone’s digital experience."
IBM, Alphabet and well-funded startups in the race for quantum supremacy
"It may not come as a surprise that quantum computing one day replaces artificial intelligence as the mainstream technology to help industries tackle problems they never would have attempted to solve before.”
Google Cloud drives Alphabet's soaring revenue
"Our ongoing investments in compute capabilities and engineering talent reflect the compelling opportunities we see across the company.”
VirusTotal takes proactive approach to eliminating false positives
Alphabet-owned antivirus service VirusTotal is cracking down on false positives – and solving a massive problem for software developers.
Ten things you need to know about Chronicle, Alphabet's new cybersecurity firm
Google's parent company Alphabet decided to extend its computing power and enter the world of cybersecurity.
What happens when your domain name is taken? The benefit of using a unique TLD
.com or .co.za allows for a blank slate when it comes to marketing and can be used and understood in any language across the globe.
LinkedIn’s 2017 Global Top Companies list - did you make the cut?
Schneider Electric, a global organisation that specialises in energy management and automation, is one of the companies that made the list.
Google provides internet to disaster-struck Peru
"Loon balloons float 20 km up in the stratosphere, and so have the potential to extend connectivity to where it's needed..."
Arbor Networks & Jigsaw boost digital details in DDoS attack map
Arbor Networks and Jigsaw, an incubator within Google's parent company Alphabet, have worked together to enhance a live DDoS digital threat map.
Google's restructure to Alphabet - what it means
“While the move is primarily intended to make the company’s operations more transparent, it has implications for each of the core businesses."