|Bid||1,073.00 x 100|
|Ask||1,074.84 x 800|
|Day's Range||1,069.63 - 1,092.35|
|52 Week Range||849.86 - 1,186.89|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||59.62|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,327.00|
Saudi Arabia's finance minister says artificial intelligence, data mining and augmented reality is where it's targeting a massive spending push.
Alphabet Inc. has adopted a new accounting standard that will result in a number of changes in its earnings results, one of which could bring the value of its investment in Uber Technologies Inc. into ...
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Facebook has taken the lion's share of scrutiny from Congress and the media about data-handling practices that allow savvy marketers and political agents to target specific audiences, but it's far from alone. YouTube, Google and Twitter also have giant platforms awash in more videos, posts and pages than any set of human eyes could ever check. Advertising and privacy experts say a backlash is inevitable against a "Wild West" internet that has escaped scrutiny before.
Google grants third-party apps access to some of your account info. Here's how to manage which apps can and can't get access, and how to control them.
Earlier this week Alibaba said will make its own chip available for access through its cloud. Google has developed chips for AI, and Facebook has a nascent chip effort. Chinese retailer and cloud infrastructure provider Alibaba BABA is the latest company to think up its own design for processors that can run artificial intelligence software.
Is Snap correcting for over-hiring? The job reductions Snap (SNAP) carried out in March 2018 were primarily in the engineering and sales departments, the company revealed in a regulatory filing. According to a Bloomberg report, the sales job cuts were mostly in the advertising division, where the company eliminated ~100 positions.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has tried hard to force Alphabet Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. to disclose more information about their fast-growing businesses, but the tech giants aren’t playing along. The SEC is apparently as curious as MarketWatch is about Google’s YouTube revenue, Amazon’s allocation of R&D spending and a few other matters related to the vast amounts of money coming and going from Big Tech’s corporate giants.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google launched its smart speaker products in India in the second week of April 2018. The flagship Google Home goes for roughly $154 in India, whereas it costs $129 in the US. Google Home Mini, the lowest-priced smart speaker in Google’s portfolio, retails for roughly $77 in India. It retails for $49 in the US.
Snap carried out two rounds of layoffs in March, mostly in its sales and engineering departments. In the coming years, Snap expects its workforce reduction to yield $34 million in annual cost savings, particularly in salaries and payroll taxes.
The General Data Privacy Regulation, or GDPR, goes into effect May 25 and will require a host of changes by companies that collect user data.
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