|Bid||1,044.04 x 100|
|Ask||1,044.50 x 100|
|Day's Range||1,018.19 - 1,045.43|
|52 Week Range||862.81 - 1,186.89|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||58.07|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Snapchat is out with an updated version of its Snapchat-connected Spectacles. The sunglasses are available today on Snap's website for $150
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Alphabet’s (GOOGL) autonomous car development company Waymo recently applied for a newly available permit to test driverless cars on some California roads. With this application, Waymo has become the second company to apply for testing of autonomous cars without a driver behind the wheels.
YouTube is limiting content the kinds of videos that children can see on its app following complaints from parents that kids were viewing alarming content on its YouTube Kids platform. The company said Wednesday that it’s releasing new parental control options for the YouTube Kids app, which will allow guardians to select trusted channels for children to access starting this week.
Democrats and Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday sparred over the role of social media platforms Facebook, Google and Twitter in filtering content after representatives of the tech companies skipped a hearing. Republicans repeatedly suggested at a House Judiciary Committee hearing that Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc's Google and Twitter Inc are censoring or blocking content from conservatives, a charge the companies denied.
Leading the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is news of an iPhone SE 2 leak. The smartphone in the video looks like the iPhone SE, but it does have some differences. Rumors have been claiming the iPhone SE 2 will support wireless charging, and a glass back allows that.
The European Union’s antitrust chief is weighing whether internet services are “essential” to modern life in the same way as electricity grids and telecommunications suppliers -- a potentially game-changing ...
According to a Bloomberg report, tech giant Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is in talks to acquire Nokia’s (NOK) airborne broadband system in order to offer its users high-speed Internet on flights. Many travelers are dissatisfied with weak bandwidth and poor Wi-Fi in flight and have paid heavily for any connectivity on flights, according to reports. Given the weak in-flight Wi-Fi service during flights, acquiring Nokia’s technology makes sense for Google.
is betting big on Artificial Intelligence, but that doesn't mean you should, too. Aside from the $2.4 billion allocated to its recent Chelsea Market building deal, its spending spree is split between expanding its global facilities footprint and boosting computing capacity, such as sensor processing units designed for machine learning applications. The earnings call on Monday was the first since Jeff Dean publicly took over as the head of the search giant's artificial intelligence unit.