174.12 +0.15 (0.09%)
After hours: 7:59PM EST
|Bid||174.05 x 100|
|Ask||174.15 x 2000|
|Day's Range||172.46 - 174.17|
|52 Week Range||114.76 - 176.24|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.89|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.46%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
At WWDC this year, Apple announced it would soon offer its own podcast analytics service for show creators who publish on Apple Podcasts. Today, that service has launched into beta, offering podcasters the ability to track unique devices and playback metrics for their podcasts, including when listeners drop off in the middle of a show. This sort of client-side data is something podcasters have wanted for a long time.
Yahoo tech expert David Pogue joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Melody Hahm, and Rick Newman to discuss his review of Google's Pixel Buds
This week’s Apple Loop includes love and hate for the iPhone X, improved stock levels for Apple's smartphone, why the iPhone X was impossible, the iMac Pro is released, lasers for everyone, podcast stats for a few, reinforcing Apple Pay, and making pre-release app ordering available for everyone.
Republican tax negotiators finalized their nearly $1.5 trillion in tax cuts on Friday with the help of another raid on the overseas piggy banks of Apple, Microsoft and Google-parent Alphabet.
MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Amazon is angling for a truce in its two-year battle with Apple and Google over streaming gadgets: It says it is preparing to put Apple TV and Chromecast back on sale.
Phrases such as “whatever it takes” or “tackle” in job postings may act as dog whistles that keep women and underrepresented minorities from applying to jobs. Seattle-based software startup Textio Inc. analyzed the language in nearly 25,000 job listings from 10 tech companies, including Apple, Alphabet’s Google, Facebook and Netflix, according to the Wall Street Journal .
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Sales of Chinese smartphone makers are weaker than expected, of late, which is prompting those vendors to cut chip orders, according to an article today by Sammi Huang and Joseph Tsai of DigiTimes. Craig Ellis, who follows the shares of wireless chip makers Skyworks Solutions (SWKS), among others, for B. Riley, urges investors not to worry, the stocks are already discounting this. The piece by Huang and Tsai claims three Chinese vendors in particular, Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo, "are taking about less 10% of smartphone shipments than their original orders from the supply chain makers for the fourth quarter of 2017,” citing multiple unnamed sources.
Credit Suisse semiconductor analyst John Pitzer today advises investors not worry about inventories in the industry, given much of its seems to be tied to a successful sales ramp for the Apple (AAPL) iPhone X, and he recommends Micron Technology (MU), Marvell Technology Group (MRVL), and Broadcom (AVGO) as the best “offensive” picks in the group. According to Pitzer, the current build-up in inventories is not high relative to historical patterns: going back 37 years: Since 1980, Semis over-shipped end demand during 12 periods with a median duration of 10 qrts and accumulative over-ship of 170 ppts.
Samsung Electronics Co. is said to be planning to debut its next flagship smartphone in February, presenting Apple Inc.’s iPhone X with a sooner-than-expected challenger.