"We see an opportunity to invest even more in Wear OS as well as introduce Made by Google wearable devices into the market," said Google executive Rick Osterloh, announcing the deal.
"With the future of retail being experiential, we recognize and have witnessed the amazing experience it is for our customers to have a drone deliver their orders," business owner Tom Raub told Newsweek of his company's collaboration with Wing.
When Google was first created, it wasn't called Google.
Kazakhstan was one of the last countries to keep the controversial alphabet ordered by Russia.
Google's previous moonshots have included modular smartphones, balloon-based internet and self-driving cars.
"These are the runes we've been missing. We've waited generations to be able to dig into this."
In an unusual move, the Justice Department shared information with the judge just days before the case began.
Google's AI is so smart it doesn't need any help from humans.
Apple's Tim Cook, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Microsoft's Satya Nadella, Alphabet's Eric Schmidt and IBM's Ginni Rometty are among those expected to attend the meeting.
The ride services company fired the leader of its self-driving unit, Anthony Levandowski, after he failed to comply with a court order.
Data, as pundits like to say, is the new oil. And Apple is falling behind its competitors, just as it moves into a gleaming $5 billion headquarters.
Morgan Stanley analysts estimated Alphabet's self-driving car division to be worth at least $70bn, based on growth forecasts up to 2030.
Former Alphabet self-driving unit executive Anthony Levandowski allegedly downloaded confidential documents before leaving to join Uber.
It's the latest sign of turmoil at Uber, which recently found itself in a separate sexual harassment firestorm.
Google, Airbnb and Netflix are among the companies discussing the possibility of filing an amicus brief.
The Alphabet chairman believes he knows what will be behind the next major market opportunity.
The unnamed bi-pedal robot can clean stairs through vacuum attachments on its feet.
The company formerly known as Google knocked Apple from the top spot.
The company that used to be Google Life Sciences is partnering with Johnson & Johnson.
The project involves balloons that float in the stratosphere and beam down the Internet.