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1,035.530
-0.520 (-0.05%)
As of 12:57PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close1,036.050
Open1,050.000
Bid1,034.530 x 200
Ask1,035.290 x 100
Day's Range1,031.000 - 1,054.564
52 Week Range980.640 - 1,273.890
Volume705,713
Avg. Volume1,691,255
Market Cap723.332B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.30
PE Ratio (TTM)44.72
EPS (TTM)23.155
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est1,328.00
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  • How Amazon's HQ2 could help all tech workers in DC and NYC
    Yahoo Finance3 hours ago

    How Amazon's HQ2 could help all tech workers in DC and NYC

    Amazon’s decision to split HQ2 between New York City and Arlington, Virginia (a suburb of Washington, DC) could translate to higher salaries for the average tech worker in both areas.

  • Satoshi vs. Bitcoin Jesus: Bitcoin Cash Battle Turns Personal
    Bloomberg18 minutes ago

    Satoshi vs. Bitcoin Jesus: Bitcoin Cash Battle Turns Personal

    About 70 percent of the so-called miners that process the transactions that keep the network afloat are signaling they support the version backed by Wright’s allies, according to crypto data tracker Coin Dance. With both sides resorting to name calling and showing few signs of compromise, the division risks creating two weaker versions of Bitcoin Cash, which could threaten the long-term viability of both. The rival group is headed by Chinese mining giant Bitmain Technologies Ltd. and investor Roger Ver, known as “Bitcoin Jesus” for his promotional zeal of the original digital coin, who helped bring Bitcoin Cash to prominence.

  • Satoshi vs. Bitcoin Jesus: Bitcoin Cash Battle Turns Personal
    Bloomberg18 minutes ago

    Satoshi vs. Bitcoin Jesus: Bitcoin Cash Battle Turns Personal

    About 70 percent of the so-called miners that process the transactions that keep the network afloat are signaling they support the version backed by Wright’s allies, according to crypto data tracker Coin Dance. With both sides resorting to name calling and showing few signs of compromise, the division risks creating two weaker versions of Bitcoin Cash, which could threaten the long-term viability of both. The rival group is headed by Chinese mining giant Bitmain Technologies Ltd. and investor Roger Ver, known as “Bitcoin Jesus” for his promotional zeal of the original digital coin, who helped bring Bitcoin Cash to prominence.

  • ‘Do people like me?’ Why we ask Google unanswerable questions
    The Guardian45 minutes ago

    ‘Do people like me?’ Why we ask Google unanswerable questions

    Google has taken on the jobs of oracle, soothsayer, sleuth, psychotherapist and priest. What question do you wish Google were able to answer? If the survey commissioned by the TV channel Dave is to be believed, chances are your burning questions are what tomorrow’s winning lottery numbers will be, do aliens exist and what will happen to you when you die.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    [$$] The Unintended Consequences of Free Internet Services

    ripped into technology companies that “carefully assembled, synthesized, traded, and sold” then “weaponized” their users’ data. “These stockpiles of personal data serve only to enrich the companies that collect them,” he told a receptive audience in Brussels. Mr. Cook is, after all, talking his book: Apple makes its money by charging premium prices for its products. Google and Facebook make theirs by giving away their products and then selling ads.

  • Amazon Splits HQ2 Between New York and Virginia, Creates Jobs
    Zacks3 hours ago

    Amazon Splits HQ2 Between New York and Virginia, Creates Jobs

    Amazon's (AMZN) new headquarter to create several jobs. This is likely to bring more talent to the company. Further, it gains competitive edge by selecting New York as one of its new office location.

  • Never mind oil companies, cyberattacks risk 'shutting down entire countries'
    CNBC4 hours ago

    Never mind oil companies, cyberattacks risk 'shutting down entire countries'

    The threat of cyber espionage goes above and beyond endangering some of the world's largest oil and gas companies, industry experts warned on Wednesday, saying "entire countries" are being targeted.

  • Google Home's best feature just got way more useful
    Mashable Tech4 hours ago

    Google Home's best feature just got way more useful

    Google just made one of the best Google Home features a lot more powerful.  I'm talking about the "broadcast" feature, which essentially turns your Google Home device into an in-home intercom system.  SEE ALSO: Google's Home Hub is an incredible digital photo frame that's also a smart speaker First rolled out a year ago, the feature lets you send messages using the Google Assistant app or another Google Home speaker in a separate location. But up until now, those messages could only go one way. So, for example, you could broadcast from your phone that you were on your way home, or send one from a kitchen speaker letting the rest of your family know that dinner is ready. But the person receiving the message had no way of responding, so you could never actually be sure your message was heard. That's now changing. Google is adding reply functionality so you can reply to broadcasts with your own voice messages — essentially turning your Google Home not just into an intercom, but a walkie-talkie. The feature will be rolling out "in the coming weeks," according to Google, but you can see it in action in the video below.  What's more, the update also does a little to solve the problem of how you receive broadcasts if you have more than one Google Home. Though the initial incoming message will still play over all your devices, subsequent replies will only play over the speaker you reply from. In addition to broadcast replies, Google is adding a few other new features to its Home speakers, including: A new recipes feature that surfaces "suggested recipes" on Google Home products with a display. You can also save recipes you like in a dedicated "cookbook." A kid-oriented feature that lets you set alarms in the voice of cartoon characters, like the Ninja Turtles. New playback controls for audiobooks and podcasts so you can change the playback speed to be faster or slower. Looks like Home speaker users have more reason to utilize the tech more often now.  WATCH: 3Doodler Create Plus is the perfect pen for creative techies — Power Up

  • Google 'betrays patient trust' with DeepMind Health move
    The Guardian6 hours ago

    Google 'betrays patient trust' with DeepMind Health move

    Google says the restructure is necessary to allow DeepMind’s flagship health app Streams to scale up globally. Google has been accused of breaking promises to patients, after the company announced it would be moving a healthcare-focused subsidiary, DeepMind Health, into the main arm of the organisation. The restructure, critics argue, breaks a pledge DeepMind made when it started working with the NHS that “data will never be connected to Google accounts or services”.

  • 6 Things Sonos Investors Should Watch for
    Motley Fool7 hours ago

    6 Things Sonos Investors Should Watch for

    The smart-speaker maker needs to prove it hears what the market is saying.

  • Europe’s Privacy Rules Are Having Unintended Consequences
    Bloomberg12 hours ago

    Europe’s Privacy Rules Are Having Unintended Consequences

    In a working paper published this week, Jian Jia and Liad Wagman of the Illinois Institute of Technology and Ginger Zhe Jin of the University of Maryland show that, relative to their U.S. counterparts, European technology firms have been receiving less venture funding since the GDPR’s rollout. There’s been a 17.6 percent reduction in weekly venture deals in the EU, and the amount raised in an average deal dropped 39.6 percent.

  • Nigerian ISP's configuration error disrupted Google services
    The Canadian Press13 hours ago

    Nigerian ISP's configuration error disrupted Google services

    A Nigerian internet service provider said Tuesday that a configuration error it made during a network upgrade caused a disruption of key Google services, routing traffic to China and Russia. Google's search, cloud hosting and corporate-focused G-Suite collaborative tools were among services disrupted. "Everyone is pretty confident that nothing untoward took place," MainOne spokesman Tayo Ashiru said.

  • Nigerian ISP's configuration error disrupted Google services
    The Canadian Press13 hours ago

    Nigerian ISP's configuration error disrupted Google services

    A Nigerian internet service provider said Tuesday that a configuration error it made during a network upgrade caused a disruption of key Google services, routing traffic to China and Russia. Google's search, cloud hosting and corporate-focused G-Suite collaborative tools were among services disrupted. "Everyone is pretty confident that nothing untoward took place," MainOne spokesman Tayo Ashiru said.

  • The Wall Street Journal14 hours ago

    [$$] Waymo CEO Says Alphabet Unit Plans to Launch Driverless Car Service in Coming Months

    LAGUNA BEACH, Calif.—The head of Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo unit said it plans to launch its first commercial self-driving car service in the next two months and expects businesses to be among its biggest customers. Speaking at The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ Tech D.Live conference on Tuesday, Waymo’s John Krafcik said the new service will charge individual passengers for rides as well as businesses, such as Walmart Inc., who want to pay to shuttle their customers to stores.

  • Is Apple Trying to Hide Something From Investors?
    Motley Fool15 hours ago

    Is Apple Trying to Hide Something From Investors?

    The iPhone giant said it would stop disclosing a key metric to analysts and the public.

  • Bloomberg16 hours ago

    Facebook Says Any Return to China Would Preserve Free Expression

    The social-media giant made the comments in a written response to questions from U.S. senators. Facebook’s stance is more cautious than Google, which is trying to get its search engine back into China. Google’s leader, Sundar Pichai, has said the Chinese market is too big to ignore.

  • The Wall Street Journal16 hours ago

    [$$] Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent

    Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google are planning to recruit thousands of employees in New York City, pitting the two behemoths against one another and other businesses for already-scarce talent in the area. Amazon will bring more than 25,000 jobs to New York and another 25,000 to Northern Virginia, it announced Tuesday. Google, meanwhile, plans to double its workforce in New York City to more than 14,000 workers over the next ten years, its chief financial officer said Monday at The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ Tech D.Live conference.