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Previous Close1,157.66
Bid1,151.11 x 900
Ask1,154.97 x 800
Day's Range1,147.26 - 1,162.50
52 Week Range894.79 - 1,186.89
Avg. Volume1,753,171
Market Cap804.637B
PE Ratio (TTM)48.92
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
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  • CNBC11 hours ago

    How to choose between an Amazon Echo, a Google Home and an Apple HomePod

    Smart speakers with assistants like the Amazon Echo, Google Home and Apple HomePod can be a lot of fun. CNBC lays out the pros and cons of the Echo, Home and HomePod so you can decide which one to buy. Smart speakers with built-in voice assistants like the Amazon AMZN Echo, Google GOOGL Home and Apple AAPL HomePod can be a lot of fun.

  • 3 Growth Stocks to Buy and Hold for 25 Years
    Motley Fool11 hours ago

    3 Growth Stocks to Buy and Hold for 25 Years

    If you're looking to build wealth over decades, look no further than these three very different companies.

  • Forbes12 hours ago

    Here Are All The 'Pokémon GO' Alolan Forms You Can Hatch Via Gifting Eggs Right Now

    Pokemon GO While trading might be the biggest news out of Pokémon GO this month, the friending system has come with an unexpected bonus. Not only is friending what will allow you to trade, but being friends with someone, even at a distance, will allow you to send them gifts, and vice versa.

  • Is Competition Heating Up in the AI Chip Market?
    Motley Fool12 hours ago

    Is Competition Heating Up in the AI Chip Market?

    NVIDIA has been the clearest beneficiary of the advent of AI. Is the tide finally turning?

  • InvestorPlace14 hours ago

    Real or Not, Trade War Fears Are Enough to Stay Away from Apple Stock

    The tech-heavy NASDAQ 100 actually hit an all-time high on Wednesday despite weakness in its largest component, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). Apple stock still could suffer from a potential trade war. In fact, Apple stock has pulled back about 5% after touching an all-time high earlier this month.

  • Fitbit Is Finally a Real Apple Smartwatch Competitor
    Motley Fool14 hours ago

    Fitbit Is Finally a Real Apple Smartwatch Competitor

    The Versa smartwatch has elevated the fitness device maker into a contender.

  • Everyone Should Hate Google Glass
    Bloomberg14 hours ago

    Everyone Should Hate Google Glass

    After the device failed as a consumer item, Google started marketing it to industry, where it’s actually showing signs of becoming useful. In healthcare, for example, it can help doctors and nurses with the high-stakes task of dealing with myriad patients and getting all their details right. Such upsides, though, don’t mean that Google Glass will, on balance, be good for humanity. Consider flight attendants, whose work has some similarities to nursing.

  • CNBC14 hours ago

    Meet the man whose job it is to reassure people that Google search isn’t evil

    The week Danny Sullivan started working at Google's headquarters in Mountain, California, he felt like someone was going to throw him off campus. The bafflement arose because before he joined Google GOOGL last October, he was a sometimes-critical outsider who had written stories about the company for nearly two decades. "It all felt very strange," Sullivan told CNBC of his early days inside the company.

  • TheStreet.com14 hours ago

    Amazon, Microsoft and Google Face Backlash over ICE, Military Deals

    Jeff Bezos was the latest tech chief to receive a blistering protest letter from employees, urging the company to end controversial government contracts. In Amazon's case, the focus of the letter was Rekognition, a facial-recognition system built on AWS, Amazon's cloud service. After a report from the ACLU revealed that Amazon is shipping the tech to police departments, a number of 'Amazonians' circulated a letter demanding that Bezos pull law enforcement contracts and increase transparency around the company's participation in building surveillance systems.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    Cannes Ad Festival Reflects Advertising’s Changing Guard

    CANNES, France—This year’s Cannes Lions advertising festival, Madison Avenue’s annual jaunt to the French Riviera, showed all the signs of an industry undergoing wrenching change. The consulting firms, who are trying to edge onto their turf, stepped up their presence, as did other players like China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Inc. Fewer yachts for ad-tech companies reflected the turbulence and consolidation in the sector.

  • Google Adds Another Weapon in Its Battle Against Amazon
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Google Adds Another Weapon in Its Battle Against Amazon

    As technology companies continue to search for areas to generate additional revenue, they increasingly encroach on each other's space.

  • Forbesyesterday

    Android Circuit: Galaxy S10 Design Leak, Samsung's Note 9 Exposed, Google's Pixel 3 XL Surprise

    Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week’s Android Circuit includes the best look at the Samsung Galaxy S10 design yet, the impressive Note 9 screen, why the Pixel 3 XL needs a single-lens camera, OnePlus 6’s million sales, the cost of Samsung’s folding smartphone, the leaked Nokia 5.1 Plus, and Google finally releases a Google Podcasts app for Android. Android Circuit is here to remind you of a few of the many things that have happened around Android in the last week (and you can find the weekly Apple news digest here).

  • 5 ‘Strong Buy’ Artificial Intelligence Stocks

    5 ‘Strong Buy’ Artificial Intelligence Stocks

    The artificial-intelligence revolution is coming, whether you're ready or not. AI supporters believe that it has the potential to transform the world as we know it; Google CEO Sundar Pichai describes AI as "more profound than ... electricity or fire." Indeed, PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates that artificial intelligence could become a massive $70 billion market by 2020. So which stocks are pushing the boundaries of technology and capitalizing on this booming industry? Here we used TipRanks' big-data analytics to pinpoint five AI stocks with big support from the Street. These stocks aren't all necessarily creating AI technology - some are simply using it in a way that sets them far apart from their peers. But all these stocks do boast a "Strong Buy" analyst consensus based only on the last three months of ratings. Let's take a closer look at how these stocks are using AI now, and what this means for their future fortunes: SEE ALSO: 10 Apple Products That Changed Everything (And 10 That Didn't)

  • Baidu Joins Smart Speaker Price War
    Market Realistyesterday

    Baidu Joins Smart Speaker Price War

    Baidu (BIDU) is gunning for revenues in the smart speaker market with a new device at a steeply discounted price. Baidu’s Xiaodu speaker was released in China on June 10 at a promotional price of roughly $14, which makes Xiaodu the cheapest smart speaker from a major Chinese brand. Although Baidu intends to continue the Xiaodu discount as long as it can, the device will retail at $39 after the promotion is over.

  • IGTV: 1 Part Snapchat, 1 Part YouTube
    Motley Foolyesterday

    IGTV: 1 Part Snapchat, 1 Part YouTube

    Instagram's new long-form video platform borrows the best of both products.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    AT&T's Interest in Ad Tech Gets Thumbs Up on Madison Avenue

    AT&T, which is fresh off its acquisition of Time Warner Inc., has a treasure trove of TV and digital content from brands such as CNN and TNT. Now the telecom giant is in talks to buy AppNexus for $1.6 billion, a deal that would help it monetize that content better, using data from wireless customers to serve highly targeted ads. Mr. Rupczynski said the deal would give AT&T immediate infrastructure and more data and could give marketers “more leverage” in dealing with Google and Facebook.

  • Which Verticals Are Expected to Drive Gaming Revenue?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Which Verticals Are Expected to Drive Gaming Revenue?

    The below chart shows the exponential growth of mobile gaming over the last few years. Mobile gaming accounted for 18% of the total gaming market in 2012. In fact, mobile gaming is estimated to hit the $100 billion mark by 2021, according to gaming research firm Newzoo.

  • Streaming roundup: AT&T launches skinny bundle… Apple lands Oprah, Sesame
    American City Business Journalsyesterday

    Streaming roundup: AT&T launches skinny bundle… Apple lands Oprah, Sesame

    Recent stories on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and other streaming services reported by The Business Journals and elsewhere.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    Smart Speakers: Listen Up!

    Users of devices like the Amazon Echo and Google Home know this well. Each request must be preceded with the appropriate command word, even if one request immediately follows another. The Internet giant made its “Continued Conversation” mode available for its line of Home smart speakers.

  • Fortuneyesterday

    Facing the Big Questions About Intel’s Future After CEO Krzanich

    Much more uncertainty than just who is the next CEO.

  • Investopediayesterday

    Charles Schwab: More Tech Stock Outperformance to Come

    The technology sector accounts for more than 30% of the S&P 500 Index, the largest percentage since the tech bubble peak of 1999, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for it to get bigger and for the stocks in the sector to outperform. "The tech sector, despite some minor pullbacks, has had a good run of outperformance and continues to be the best performing group of 2018, at least to this point," wrote the strategist at The Charles Schwab Corporation ( SCHW). According to Sorensen, what could drive the outperformance is an increase in capital expenditures on the part of corporations, which may boost sales of tech providers.

  • Why Tesla Shorts Are Doomed

    Why Tesla Shorts Are Doomed

    Why Tesla Shorts Are Doomed

  • Forbes2 days ago

    How To Beat And Catch Regice, Pokémon GO's Worst Legendary

    Pokémon GO players aren’t exactly rejoicing at the appearance of Regice, one of three legendary Gen 3 titans that will appear with Regirock and Registeel in the coming weeks and months. Regice specifically will be around until July 19 before his brothers start showing up. Regice, simply put, kind of sucks.

  • Report: 'Group of Nine' Google engineers organized mutiny against federal security project
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Report: 'Group of Nine' Google engineers organized mutiny against federal security project

    The so-called “Group of Nine” inspired other employees at Google to push back on projects they were morally opposed to, like an AI initiative with the Pentagon.

  • 5 Tips for the new Google Podcasts app

    5 Tips for the new Google Podcasts app

    ?If you're planning to take the new Google Podcasts for a spin, here's some tips to help get you around.