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Cloud services are great until you can't access an important file while you'reon the road with frustratingly slow internet connection
One reason why investors may be going gaga over the recent mini-flurry of IPOs (Uber, Beyond Meat, Slack, etc) is the simple fact there are so few of them.
A new bipartisan bill would require big tech companies to disclose how much consumer data is worth and how it's being used.
Google announced this morning it's expanding its two-year-old digital safetyand citizenship curriculum for children, "Be Internet Awesome," to now includemedia literacy
Google is warning employees not to show up at the San Francisco Pride parade this weekend expecting to protest their employer while riding the official company float.
It is unclear whether the BFR voyage has any connection to SpaceX’s previous pledge in 2017 to send two tourists to the moon.
Tesla Inc.’s (TSLA) analysts have been turning more bullish in recent weeks despite the latest news that Elon Musk is looking to take the company private for $420 per share. Since the electric automaker reported results on August 1, analysts have been aggressively upping their earnings estimates for the company, taking forecasts for next year up by more than 68%. The Bloomberg Model 3 tracker now estimates Tesla is producing more than 5,800 Model 3's per week.
Tesla stock has been on the rise since holding its "reversion to the mean" at the end of March, and patient investors and traders have been rewarded.
Long-term relative strength cycles suggest that Tesla is ready to reward shareholders with a rally that shakes out unrepentant short sellers.
Electric-hydrogen startup Nikola Motor Company is suing Tesla Inc. (TSLA) for allegedly copying its design. In the court filing, Nikola inserted a photo of its truck alongside the Tesla Semi to illustrate the similarities between the two models. Nikola is seeking damages “in excess of $2 billion” for the alleged infringement, a figure that roughly reflects the jump in Tesla’s market capitalization after it unveiled the Semi.
In a blog post, cybersecurity software firm RedLock claimed that Tesla’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud account had been illegally accessed to mine digital coins. The attack reportedly led to some of the Palo Alto, California-based company’s proprietary data, including mapping, telemetry and vehicle servicing, being compromised. The cybersecurity firm’s researchers said the hackers broke into a Kubernetes console, a Google-designed software application, and then ran scripts from it in order to mine digital coins at Tesla’s expense.
Is it a good time to buy Google stock? Amid falling profit margins, the stock is a bet on market dominance, like its peers among other so-called FANG stocks: Amazon, Netflix and Facebook.
On June 24, the Department of Commerce approved Tesla’s request “to waive 10% tariffs on imported aluminum from Japan.” On June 25 at 8:45 AM ET, Tesla stock rose 0.2% for the day in the pre-market session.
(Note: The author of this fundamental analysis is a financial writer and portfolio manager. He and his clients own shares of NFLX and GOOGL.)Roku Inc. (ROKU) shares are falling by nearly 16 percent after the company posted middling fourth-quarter results given its steep $4.
Tesla Inc. (TSLA) shares have had a wild ride over the past 52 weeks, with the stock up by nearly 40%. An analysis of Tesla's chart suggests the stock may be reflecting that change in sentiment and could make its way back to those all-time highs, if not higher, in the not to distant future. Reports that increasing demand for the Model S and X are creating backlogs for Tesla are now circulating, while reports are also surfacing that Tesla is opening Model 3 orders to non-owners for the first time. Even Bloomberg is tracking that the number of Model 3's that are being produced per week are rising, and currently stands at about 1,050.
Google (GOOG) will launch a new ad-blocking tool early next year. The announcement was made on its official blog yesterday, and publishers have even been provided with a new tool called “Ad Experience Reports” to help better prepare for its introduction. This tool will give publishers the opportunity to determine which ads are deemed offensive on their websites, so that they can iron out any potential issues before Google’s ad blocker goes live.