Sidewalk Labs to shut down after founder's probable ALS diagnosis
Alphabet's urban-innovation division, which once attempted to build a data-driven neighborhood in Toronto, will be folded into Google.
Sidewalk Labs pulls out of Toronto Quayside project
Google's urban-development sibling abandoned plans to build a "smart" neighborhood in the Canadian city, citing “unprecedented economic uncertainty."
Alphabet continues honing Project Loon internet in Puerto Rico
After Hurricane Maria, the Google parent company continues to forge partnerships and expand connectivity through its balloon-powered internet service.
Toronto to design smart city district with the help from Google's Sidewalk Labs
The new smart city district is 800 acres and will be built from the ground up with emerging technologies.
What's happening to Google Fiber?
With staff reassignments and new management, the search giant's gigabit broadband business is clearly adjusting course, but Google maintains that its core mission hasn't changed.