GOOG - Alphabet Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,116.79
+24.54 (+2.25%)
As of 2:32PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close1,092.25
Open1,104.59
Bid1,115.50 x 4000
Ask1,116.19 x 800
Day's Range1,102.50 - 1,120.38
52 Week Range960.52 - 1,273.89
Volume1,010,068
Avg. Volume1,543,164
Market Cap780.071B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.44
PE Ratio (TTM)48.23
EPS (TTM)23.16
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est1,354.00
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  • Google’s Piano Genie lets anyone improvise classical music
    Engadget2 hours ago

    Google’s Piano Genie lets anyone improvise classical music

    Google has taken the idea of Rock Band and Guitar Hero and pushed it one step further, creating an intelligent controller that lets you improvise on the piano and makes it sound like you actually know what you're doing, no matter how unskilled you are. The controller is called Piano Genie, and it comes from Google's Magenta research project. Powered by a neural network trained on classical piano music, Piano Genie translates what you tap out on eight buttons into music that uses all 88 piano keys.

  • A former Google+ UI designer suggests inept management played a role in the network's demise (beyond Facebook's impact)
    TechCrunch23 hours ago

    A former Google+ UI designer suggests inept management played a role in the network's demise (beyond Facebook's impact)

    It's a fairly long read, but among his most notable complaints is that former Google SVP Vic Gundotra, who oversaw Google+, ruled by fear and never bothered to talk with Knutson, whose desk was "directly next to Vic's glass-walled office. During the 8 months I was there, culminating in me leading the redesign of his product, Vic didn’t say a word to me. Vic was powerful at Google.

  • Quartz7 days ago

    Everything Google announced at its Pixel 3 event today

    You might have known a bit, but you hadn’t seen it all. At an event in downtown Manhattan today (Oct. 9), Google hosted its now-annual hardware event, unveiling a slew of new gadgets intended to compete with the likes of Apple and Microsoft. There were an usually high number of leaks ahead of the event…

  • Quartz7 days ago

    Amazon may be the biggest threat to Google since Facebook

    Amazon is coming for Google’s lunch. For years, marketers and industry insiders have heralded Amazon as a burgeoning “third force” in advertising, as former WPP chief Martin Sorrell once put it. Now, advertisers are beginning to shift dollars away from digital ad giant Google and toward Amazon, where people increasingly go to search for things…

  • Twitter Is Facing a Data Privacy Probe in Ireland
    Market Realist1 hour ago

    Twitter Is Facing a Data Privacy Probe in Ireland

    As Twitter (TWTR) prepares to release what will be its first full-quarter financial report under the European Union’s comprehensive privacy law known as the General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR), it turns out the company is under investigation as to whether or not it has violated the law. Ireland’s data watchdog, the Irish Data Protection Commission, is currently investigating Twitter’s European corporate headquarters. Twitter’s GDPR probe in Ireland was triggered by a complaint from a UK privacy researcher who indicated to the Irish privacy watchdog that Twitter had refused to hand over data about him that he had requested.

  • The Wall Street Journal1 hour ago

    [$$] Google Will Charge Phone Makers to Pre-Install Apps in Europe

    For phone makers selling devices in Europe, Google-owned apps like Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps are about to get a new feature: a price. Inc.’s Google said Tuesday that it will start charging device manufacturers license fees to pre-install Google apps on devices running the company’s Android operating system in Europe, a stark shift in the business model for an advertising-dominated company that has until now distributed its consumer software for free on mobile devices. The company disclosed the shift as part of its plan to comply with the European Union’s antitrust order in July that fined the search company €4.34 billion ($5.03 billion) for allegedly abusing Android’s dominance.

  • CNBC1 hour ago

    Key former Google engineer says safety wasn't his primary concern when developing self-driving cars

    The New Yorker report details internal division at Google over the person at the center of Waymo's 2017 lawsuit against Uber that said Uber stole trade secrets. A new report in The New Yorker details the events leading up to Waymo's 2017 high-profile lawsuit alleging Uber stole its trade secrets for creating self-driving vehicles. According to the report, Google had multiple accidents involving self-driving cars prior to the installment of California state regulations in 2014 that require companies to report such incidents.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Google to charge smartphone makers for Google Play in Europe

    U.S. tech giant Google will charge smartphone makers a licensing fee for using its popular Google Play app store and also allow them to use rival versions of its Android mobile operating system to comply with an EU antitrust order. Google, an Alphabet subsidiary, announced the changes on Tuesday, three months after the European Commission handed it a landmark 4.34 billion euro ($5 billion) fine for using its popular Android mobile operating system to hinder rivals. "Since the pre-installation of Google Search and Chrome together with our other apps helped us fund the development and free distribution of Android, we will introduce a new paid licensing agreement for smartphones and tablets shipped into the EEA," Hiroshi Lockheimer, senior vice president for platforms and ecosystems, said in a blog.

  • CNBC2 hours ago

    Google will stop bundling its apps on Android phones in response to EU fine

    Google has responded to the European Union's $5 billion antitrust ruling by changing the way that it bundles its apps on Android and allowing phone makers to sell "forked" versions of its free mobile operating system in the EU. The company will now charge a licensing fee to device manufacturers that want to pre-install its suite of apps like Docs, YouTube, and Gmail. It will offer separate licenses for Search and Chrome.

  • Google boss says its censored China search engine will serve ‘99pc of queries’
    The Telegraph2 hours ago

    Google boss says its censored China search engine will serve ‘99pc of queries’

    Google's boss Sundar Pichai has confirmed plans to create a censored search app for China that he claims would "serve well over 99pc of queries."

  • Google to charge smartphone makers for Google Play in Europe
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Google to charge smartphone makers for Google Play in Europe

    U.S. tech giant Google will charge smartphone makers a licensing fee for using its popular Google Play app store and also allow them to use rival versions of its Android mobile operating system to comply with an EU antitrust order. Google, an Alphabet subsidiary, announced the changes on Tuesday, three months after the European Commission handed it a landmark 4.34 billion euro ($5 billion) fine for using its popular Android mobile operating system to hinder rivals. "Since the pre-installation of Google Search and Chrome together with our other apps helped us fund the development and free distribution of Android, we will introduce a new paid licensing agreement for smartphones and tablets shipped into the EEA," Hiroshi Lockheimer, senior vice president for platforms and ecosystems, said in a blog.

  • GlobeNewswire3 hours ago

    CLASS ACTION UPDATE for TRVN and GOOG: Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Reminds Investors of Class Actions on Behalf of Shareholders

    NEW YORK, Oct. 16, 2018 -- Levi & Korsinsky, LLP announces that class action lawsuits have commenced on behalf of shareholders of the following publicly-traded companies..

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    TomTom shares slide 13 pct after Volvo contract loss

    Shares in navigation firm TomTom slid 13 percent on Tuesday on news it had lost a contract with carmaker Volvo, renewing worries that Google's entry into in-dashboard software may hurt the Dutch firm. Volvo awarded TomTom a contract in 2016 to provide location and navigation services from next year, but TomTom said on Tuesday that contract has been cancelled.

  • Google CEO says early tests of censored search engine in China have been promising
    American City Business Journals4 hours ago

    Google CEO says early tests of censored search engine in China have been promising

    Google is internally testing a censored version of its search engine in China and is seeing promising results, CEO Sundar Pichai said Monday — his first time publicly acknowledging the project’s existence.