(Reuters) - Shares of Google parent Alphabet Inc lost more than 5 percent on Tuesday as a surge in costs drove what analysts said was its biggest ever contraction in gross margins, overshadowing strong first-quarter ad sales.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - YouTube, owned by Alphabet Inc's Google , deleted about 5 million videos from its platform for content policy violations in last year's fourth quarter before any viewers saw them, it said in a new report that highlighted its resp
More than 90% of all internet searches are taking place through Google and the company subsidary Youtube.
Google processes 3.5 billion searches per day.
Getting millions of people to try a different search algorithm would be extremely expen
Quarterly profit of $9.4bn exceeded estimates of $6.56bnNo signs that rising global privacy concerns would affect profitsGoogle owner Alphabet shrugged off mounting concerns over privacy on Monday to report an 84% rise in profits for the last quarter.The
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google owner Alphabet Inc reported first-quarter sales and profit Monday that topped financial analysts' estimates due to strong ad sales and a change in accounting for investments in startups, sending its shares up about 1 perce
Alphabet reported first quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations on Monday.
The stock is surging after-hours.
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Shares of Alphabet, the parent company of Google, surged as much as 4% afte
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, reported another pretty solid beat this afternoon for its first quarter as it more or less has continued to keep its business growing substantially — and is growing even faster than it was a year ago today. Googl
Google-parent Alphabet is scheduled to report earnings after the closing bell Monday.
Ahead of earnings, investors on the app Robinhood were selling shares rather than buying.
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Millennial investors aren't so keen
Tech giant behind Android corrals phone operators around the world to launch a unified SMS replacementGoogle has unveiled a new messaging system, Chat, an attempt to replace SMS, unify Android’s various messaging services and beat Apple’s iMessage and
Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple have accrued so much power, it has damaged American democracyFor those Democrats who dream of being president, it’s no longer safe to play it safe. We live in a dangerous, unstable time in a democracy that is far from
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Digital maps startup Mapbox Inc told Reuters on Tuesday that it has hired a lead product manager from the local search unit of Alphabet Inc's Google to serve as head of product for maps and search.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google told Reuters Monday it would resume accepting ads from U.S. addiction treatment centers in July, nearly a year after the Alphabet Inc unit suspended the lucrative category of advertisers for numerous deceptive and mislead
A study conducted on child-directed Android apps from US Google Play Store found over half may break US privacy law for under 13sThousands of child-directed Android apps and games are potentially violating US law on the collection and sharing of data on t
Waymo, Google parent Alphabet's self-driving vehicle unit, submitted an application to begin testing autonomous vehicles without a backup driver present in California.
The testing will take place in the area surrounding the compa
Businessman wins legal action to force removal of search results about past convictionA businessman has won his legal action to remove search results about a criminal conviction in a landmark “right to be forgotten” case that could have wide-ranging r
TORONTO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's urban innovation company Sidewalk Labs hopes to break ground on its first ever smart-city project in Toronto in 2020, and begin testing some of the proposed technologies this summer, its chief executive told Reuters.
Complaint filed with US watchdog urges sanctions for Google allegedly failing to comply with child protection laws around data collection and adsA coalition of 23 child advocacy, consumer and privacy groups have filed a complaint with the US Federal Trade