Google’s acquisition of the Gst Calculator app for Android phones has raised more than $13 billion, according to a new report from Business Insider.
The acquisition was part of Google’s larger $1.1 trillion investment in mobile and cloud-based data platforms.
Gst is an app that uses machine learning to help users find stock options that they might not otherwise be able to access.
Its creators say they hope to use the money to help startups that are unable to make use of their data, or to fund data analytics that help them increase their business and expand their reach.
But that’s not all.
Gth is the latest example of Google using its massive engineering resources to drive more business from its own cloud and cloud services.
Earlier this year, the company announced it had bought a company called Waze, which provides traffic mapping for vehicles.
In January, Google bought Next and was looking to make it the go-to app for drivers on Android smartphones.
That acquisition was also part of its larger acquisition spree.
Since the acquisition, Google has increased its investment in its data platforms by about a third, to more than half a billion dollars, according a company blog post.
The move to acquire Gst, which is based in Germany, was a strategic acquisition for Google, according Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Alphabet.
The acquisition brings Google a significant amount of data that it has access to from its existing cloud-computing infrastructure.
“The acquisition of this startup gives us a tremendous amount of insight into their product and its capabilities and allows us to further enhance our capabilities in data analytics and machine learning,” Schmidt told the Wall Street Journal.
In October, Google revealed it had acquired a rival, called Gopro, which offered a similar app for iPhone and Android phones.
Gopron was not as successful, but Google had invested in the company and was planning to use some of its money to develop its own AI and machine-learning capabilities.
But Gst has had some notable failures, including its lack of user-friendly interface and poor user experience.
Google has tried to solve those problems by launching a new version of its calculator app called Gst Mobile, which has been designed to make its users more comfortable using the app.
But the new acquisition also shows Google is looking for ways to increase its revenue from its cloud services, including through a big buy of a data analytics company called Graphene that has a large amount of work to do.
Graphene, which was spun off from Google last year, has had a rocky start, with a series of failures.
The company raised $1 billion from investors last year before it went bankrupt.
In December, Graphenet announced it was buying rival Nucleus for $200 million in cash.
Nuclei’s core business includes providing the company with data analytics services for a variety of products, including mapping, email and financial products.
Google acquired Nucleis in October, as well.
A spokeswoman for Google declined to comment on the acquisition.