Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is focusing on the fast-growing markets of gaming, data center, and virtual reality. These three markets present a $53 billion opportunity for AMD.
For the last 14 days, Alphabet has reported a relative strength index (or RSI) of 61, compared to 52, 56, 66, and 62 for peers PayPal, Square, Alibaba, and Amazon, respectively.
At the end yesterday’s trading session, Alphabet (GOOGL) was the largest Internet global player by market capitalization $589.2 billion, followed by Amazon (AMZN) at $429.0 billion.
On April 20, 2017, Alphabet (GOOGL) stock was trading at $841.65, 1.5% above its 20-day moving average of $829, 1.4% below its 50-day moving average of $830.
Alphabet and Uber are locked in a bitter fight over control of the future of driverless cars. Waymo, Alphabet’s division in charge of autonomous driving technology, sued Uber in February 2017.
While significant attention is usually given to Waymo in the ride-sharing business, there’s a little-known Google product that’s already causing ripples in the ride-sharing industry.
In February 2017, Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Waymo sued in a case that, if decided in its favor, could reduce the opposition it’s facing in the autonomous driving technology space.
Google announced at a New York City conference last month that China’s Internet search providers Baidu and Sogou had joined the support for its AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) project.
Google no longer requires users of its Internet services to transcribe text, identify what’s in an image, or check a box to prove they’re human beings and not robots.
Early this year, Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google introduced Cloud Spanner, its cloud database offering. Spanner was unveiled in 2012, but it was limited to internal use.
If Alphabet is trying to be more prudent in terms of its cost management, why did Google increase the amount it pays to people who uncover bugs or vulnerabilities in its products and systems?
Although Facebook (FB) and Sony (SNE) have recently seemed to dominate VR (virtual reality) discourse, Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google seems to bear an important lesson for them.
Google, an Alphabet (GOOGL) company, has been courting phone carriers. Its moves have begun to garner great attention from industry observers who are wondering what its motives are.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) YouTube TV has launched in select markets at a cost of $35 per month. Investors, video producers, and competitors of YouTube are all on the alert.
Last year, Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google quietly shut down its ambitious modular Smartphone project, dubbed Project Ara.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google discontinued another service this month: Spaces, a social media app that aimed to simplify online conversations around specific topics.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google recently filed an interesting patent, one that describes a kind of smart power cord that could prevent accidental damage to electronic devices.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) dream of taking high-speed fiber Internet to millions of homes across the US (SPY) has run into all sorts of challenges.
Google, an Alphabet (GOOGL) company, has recently shut down or shrunk several of its experimental projects in what seem to be cost-cutting measures.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google has begun making moves in the home assistant market that could challenge Amazon’s (AMZN) lead.