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Alphabet launches a cybersecurity company called “Chronicle”
Ars Technica
Alphabet—the parent company of Google, Nest, Waymo, and a million other companies—is launching a new company under the Alphabet umbrella. It’s called “Chronicle,” and the new company wants to apply the usual Google tenets of machine learning and
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Published On: Wed, Jan 24th, 2018

Alphabet launches a cybersecurity company called “Chronicle” – Ars Technica


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Alphabet launches a cybersecurity company called “Chronicle”
Ars Technica
Alphabet—the parent company of Google, Nest, Waymo, and a million other companies—is launching a new company under the Alphabet umbrella. It's called "Chronicle," and the new company wants to apply the usual Google tenets of machine learning and ...
Alphabet launches new cybersecurity company, Chronicle, out of its X moonshot factoryTechCrunch
Google X is launching a cybersecurity company called ChronicleThe Verge
Alphabet's X just birthed Chronicle, and it wants to fix cybersecuritySlashGear
9to5Google -Daily Mail -WTHITV.com -bdnews24.com
all 29 news articles »

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