|Bid||1,088.880 x 1300|
|Ask||1,089.740 x 1000|
|Day's Range||1,070.000 - 1,098.985|
|52 Week Range||960.520 - 1,273.890|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.44|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||47.33|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Google isn't the only big game in town when it comes to real-time translations. Chinese search giant Baidu has developed its own system, STACL (Simultaneous Translation with Anticipation and Controllable Latency). Like its rival, it can start translating within a few seconds, without waiting for people to pause.
Investors are looking to a full week of earnings releases, with a third of S&P 500 companies across all 11 sectors set to report this week.
Google Play has generated more than twice the downloads of the iOS App Store, reaching a 70% share of worldwide downloads in 2017, according to a new report from App Annie, released in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the Android Market, now called Google Play. The report also examined the state of Google Play's marketplace and the habits of Android users. It found that, despite the large share of downloads, Google Play only accounted for 34% of worldwide consumer spend on apps, compared with 66% on the iOS App Store in 2017 - a figure that's stayed relatively consistent for years.
Alphabet Inc. had a difficult quarter, but when Google’s parent company reports third-quarter earnings after the bell on Thursday, the search giant’s quarterly profits are expected to continue to roll in like clockwork.
BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple (AAPL.O) Chief Executive Tim Cook is expected to praise new European privacy rules and to voice the company's support for strong laws in Europe and the United States to protect the use of data, according to prepared remarks for delivery at a Brussels event. Cook will describe Europe's General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, as an example of how “good policy and political will can come together to protect the rights of us all,” according to the remarks, seen by Reuters ahead of a gathering of international privacy regulators on Wednesday. Cook was also expected to endorse a comprehensive federal privacy law in the United States, the strongest statement by Apple to date.
BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook is expected to praise new European privacy rules and to voice the company's support for strong laws in Europe and the United States to protect the use of data, according to prepared remarks for delivery at a Brussels event. Cook will describe Europe's General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, as an example of how “good policy and political will can come together to protect the rights of us all,” according to the remarks, seen by Reuters ahead of a gathering of international privacy regulators on Wednesday.
AT&T (T) is planning to bring 5G (fifth-generation) connectivity to the Magic Leap headquarters campus in Florida next year, the wireless giant announced recently. It’s intended to allow developers there to test applications on a faster network right where the work is being done.
Ryan McQueeney discusses the state of the FAANG stocks as Q3 earnings season continues to heat up. Notably, the host provides previews for two FAANG members--Amazon and Alphabet--due to report earnings this week.
At its lowest point Tuesday, the index was 10.7 percent below its all-time intraday high. Amazon, Intel, Alphabet, Twitter and Snap all report quarterly earnings later this week, followed by Facebook and Apple next week. Investors are dumping their favorite tech stocks and pushing the Nasdaq into correction territory Tuesday.
Tech industry vet and venture capitalist Gene Munster expects Apple's earnings to reassure investors of a swift transition to 'Apple-as-a-Service.'
Alphabet (GOOGL) is likely to benefit from its strengthening search segment. Further, growing ad initiatives are likely to drive its top-line growth in the third quarter.
President Donald Trump's views on illegal immigration have been widely circulated and commented upon, and the Muslim ban led to protests. But it's his position on highly skilled foreigners working in the U.S. that has a few companies and their investors concerned. The Trump administration has been gradually updating policies to align them with the Presidential Executive Order on Buy American and Hire American. Earlier this year, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), a component of the Department of Homeland Security, announced tighter restrictions for third-party consulting firms, which are some of the visa program's biggest users. "Based on the agency’s experience in administering the H-1B program, USCIS recognizes that significant employer violations—such as paying less than the required wage, benching employees (not paying workers the required wage while they wait for projects or work) and having employees perform non-specialty occupation jobs—may be more likely to occur when petitioners place employees at third-party worksites," said the memorandum.
The Kremlin said on Tuesday that a new draft law proposing to limit foreign ownership in online news aggregators in Russia was justified, a day after shares in Russian search engine Yandex fell on reports about the plan. Lawmakers propose limiting foreign ownership in online news aggregators to no more than 20 percent for security reasons, making them subject to restrictions similar to those faced by Russian media, according to the text of the draft law.
HTC's Exodus 1 comes with a secluded area kept separate from the Android operating system it runs on to keep a customer's cryptocurrency safe. The blockchain-based phone is part of HTC's shifting strategy regarding smartphones, which will prioritize software and intellectual property. HTC unveiled its flagship blockchain-focused smartphone on Tuesday, the Exodus 1, as the struggling manufacturer looks to shift its strategy to focus on new technology.