1,935.62 +1.26 (0.07%)
After hours: 7:52PM EDT
|Bid||1,935.10 x 1400|
|Ask||1,936.00 x 1200|
|Day's Range||1,865.00 - 1,936.88|
|52 Week Range||931.75 - 2,050.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||153.19|
|Earnings Date||Oct 24, 2018 - Oct 29, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||2,122.60|
The biggest tech giants are heading to Congress this Wednesday for a hearing focused on consumer data privacy. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, and Dan Howley discuss.
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) made two preliminary approaches for British online food delivery company Deliveroo, the latest one about nine months ago, the Telegraph reported on Monday. The approaches ...
second developer conference of the year is a little different than the first one, but is still jam-packed with announcements. Whereas the software giant's Build conference, which was held in early May this year, caters to Microsoft developers in general, its Ignite conference, which kicked off on Monday in Orlando, is more focused on enterprise developers and IT pros.
Amazon.com, Nvidia, Adobe Systems, Workday and ServiceNow rallied off Monday lows to retake their the 50-day lines. All but Amazon are near buy points.
Stock futures fell Monday as new Trump tariffs hit China. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq has lagged as Apple and FANGs Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google parent Alphabet have pulled back.
The home smart speaker market could be the next major hardware boom in the tech sector. The Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN ) Echo got the first-mover advantage in the space, but the latest data suggests ...
The app will be testing “a new way to search for products on Amazon right from the Snapchat camera," according to the Snap website. “When the item or barcode is recognized, an Amazon card will appear on-screen, surfacing a link for that product or similar ones available on Amazon. Now coined by Snap as the “fastest way to shop,” this deal should make shopping faster for Amazon.com users, as the program detects specific products.
Is Disney's ESPN+ Setting Stage for Direct-to-Consumer Success? Disney’s (DIS) plan to boost its video streaming service with the launch of its new ESPN+ app in April 2018 seems to be in good shape. In the span of five months, it has gained more than one million subscribers.
The auto industry is rapidly transforming into another branch of technology. Of course, adding 4G connectivity, bluetooth and electrification made it so the auto industry is no stranger to technology, but as autonomous driving, A.I.-powered infotainment systems and other adoptions take place, more and more technology companies are making the leap into the sector.
The visual search function will allow Snapchat users to point its camera at an item or barcode and buy it from Amazon. "When the item or barcode is recognized, an Amazon card will appear on-screen, surfacing a link for that product or similar ones available on Amazon," the company said on a blog post. Snap said it would be rolling out the feature to its users in a phased manner.
This new laid-back spot will feature scratch-made pizza and a glass-enclosed brewery serving up craft beers.
The next time you see a cool pair of sneakers on the street, you may be able to buy them on Amazon.com Inc. simply by pointing your Snapchat camera at them. Snap Inc. is testing its new visual search capability with a small percentage of U.S. users. Here’s how it will work: Snapchatters simply point their Snapchat camera at a physical product or barcode, and press and hold on the screen to get started.
Snap Inc. ( SNAP), the parent company of photo and video sharing app Snapchat, announced Sep. 24 that they were launching Visual Search. Beginning this week, we're testing a new way to search for products on Amazon right from the Snapchat camera... It's super easy to use. When the item or barcode is recognized, an Amazon card will appear on-screen, surfacing a link for that product or similar ones available on Amazon.
For this period, the average annual return on IBM stock was a horrible -1.95%. Is IBM stock hopeless? Let’s face it: old-line tech giants like Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) have demonstrated that there are growth opportunities which can be exploited.
Oracle (ORCL) continues to boost its ERP (enterprise resource planning) product portfolio, mostly through acquisitions and launching new products. In April, it bought SparklineData, which offers smart data warehouse solutions. That month, it also acquired Vocado, a cloud-based financial aid solutions provider.
The market action is listless today as news headlines fail to trigger much volatility. The China trade war issue is more tiresome than negative and the fates of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are now on hold until Thursday. Both issues will have a tangential impact on the market as they will impact political sentiment and have ramifications for both the Mueller investigation and the mid-term elections.
“Fahrenheit 11/9,” “Life Itself” and “Assassination Nation” delivered slow starts for film companies debuting titles in wide release for the first time.
Amazon (AMZN) is reportedly planning to extend its physical presence by increasing the number of its cashierless Amazon Go stores to 3,000 stores by 2021. The company is preparing to open ten Amazon Go stores before the end of 2018, and it aims to reach 50 by 2019. The company currently has three Amazon Go stores in Seattle, and it plans to open cashierless stores in Chicago, San Francisco, and New York.
Sep.24 -- Snapchat is teaming up with Amazon.com Inc. to let users of its social-media app buy products based on what they see through their smartphone’s camera lenses. Bloomberg's Sarah Frier and Brad Stone have more on "Bloomberg Technology."