VIDEO: This is why Google decided to rebrand itself

It has been less than 24 hours since the news broke that Google has decided to put itself under the brand of the freshly announced Alphabet parent company.

Google will remain intact under the new leader CSO Sundar Pichai along with other staples like Gmail, Drive and Maps.

The statements from the company have indicated that other divisions such as the Life Sciences will become their own individual brands under Alphabet.

The average Google user is unlikely to notice any changes to their services.

The most popular services such as Gmail and Search will continue to operate as usual. The public will simply become aware of a larger company calling itself Alphabet.


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