Published On: Tue, Aug 11th, 2015

Google Is Now Alphabet, But It Doesn’t Own

So Google is now partial of Alphabet, a new holding association that will conduct Google and all of a other products. Why is a new association called Alphabet? Google/Alphabet CEO Larry Page says it’s since Alphabet means a “collection of letters that paint language, one of humanity’s many critical innovations, and is a core of how we index with Google search!” But a domain name for Alphabet is — not (which is now removing beaten with trade it seems).

It looks like conjunction Google nor Alphabet possess — BMW does. Alphabet is partial of a BMW organisation and a business mobility resolution with a concentration on swift government and financing. Alphabet was founded in 1997, so it’s doubtful that a association will give adult a long-established domain name.

Alphabet International GmbH recently won a International Auto Finance Network awards. This is totally not going to get confusing.

Bonus: Google/Alphabet/ also doesn’t possess a @alphabet Twitter account — Cleveland, Ohio’s Chris Andrikanich does. You can follow Alphabet underneath @alphabetinc, though not @abc — since that’s owned by ABC (and @abcxyz looks like an deserted account). And that’s indeed @aIphabetinc with a collateral ‘i’ — not a lower-case ‘l’ — since that’s already owned by @alphabetinc. Confused yet?


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