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  1. An Australian regulator has filed a lawsuit against Alphabet Inc's Google, accusing it of misleading smartphone users about how it collected and used personal location data, advancing ...

  2. While Google has joined other major technology companies such as Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd <005930.KS> in developing smart phones, it has yet to develop any wearable ...

  3. Google has increased spending in recent years on areas including cloud computing and consumer electronics that it views as essential to maintaining its industry leadership in the face ...

  4. Google has increased spending in recent years on areas including cloud computing and consumer electronics that it views as essential to maintaining its industry leadership in the face ...

  5. The request by Google and its parent Alphabet Inc came after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who is leading the probe by 48 U.S. states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, hired ...

  6. Google Throws Fitbit Into Its Stew of Uncertainty

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceNov 01 14:47 PM

    This growing collection of computer hardware betrays Google’s apparent belief that it’s not well-positioned to navigate the coming world of technology. Most of the world’s big technology ...

  7. The announcement Friday that Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) will buy Fitbit Inc. (NYSE: FIT) jolted the wearable fitness products sector, an increasingly crowded ...

  8. Google said on Friday that it sees an opportunity to introduce its own wearable devices and invest more in digital health. The purchase will also bring a rich trove of health data gathered ...

  9. Google Gets in Shape With Fitbit Acquisition

    GuruFocus.com via Yahoo FinanceNov 01 16:48 PM

    Wearable device company Fitbit Inc. (NYSE:FIT) announced on Friday it is being acquired by Alphabet Inc.'s (NASDAQ:GOOG)(NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google for approximately $2.1 billion ...

  10. Google to Buy Fitbit for $2.1 Billion to Boost Hardware

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceNov 01 13:53 PM

    Google will pay $7.35 a share for San Francisco-based Fitbit, according to a statement Friday. The acquisition is Google’s second major purchase this year, after it agreed to pay ...