Google Fiber likely to rebrand after Alphabet reorg: report

Google's surprise, late-afternoon announcement that it will reorganize under a new holding company dubbed Alphabet may have some interesting ramifications for Google Fiber, as well as home automation-focused company Nest, acquired by the search engine giant last year. Google Fiber "is likely to drop the Google branding some time in the next year," the Guardian said in an article about the announcement, while Nest will become a direct subsidiary of Alphabet. More details can be found here, and here's an A to Z list of Google companies and initiatives that might fall under the Alphabet umbrella.

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