Google is buying the company Big Brother Hosts Inc. for $4.8 billion.
The acquisition is the latest in a string of moves by Google, which has been spending heavily to acquire companies for years.
Its latest move came Monday, when it announced it will buy two other big tech companies, Airbnb and Facebook, for $2.4 billion.
In a blog post, Google said the acquisition will help make it easier for hosts to connect to their hosts and to host other people.
Google is looking to expand the reach of the Google Hosts service, which lets hosts host up to 20 other people on their behalf.
The company says it will add more hosting options to its Hosts platform and will expand its existing Hosts partner programs.
Google also announced that it will launch an online tool to help host businesses and organizations create the most effective hosting strategy.
Hosts is already a part of Google’s Hosts business, but Google is hoping to expand its ability to host businesses, particularly those that are growing in size.
In recent years, the company has been focusing on building out its cloud hosting services and offering hosting services to other companies, particularly in the healthcare space.
Hosts is also one of Google ‘s biggest growth drivers.