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Alphabet: Nice Hardware, But Street Enamored of ‘Google Assistant’

The Street today has some more to say about Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google division’s unveiling in San Francisco yesterday of several new devices, including a new line of “Pixel” smartphones that it says is the first it has designed with all its own attention to detail, rather than outsourcing to partners. Eric Sheridan with UBS reiterates a Buy rating on the shares, and a $925 price target.
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