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Google Plans a New (Non-Cardboard) Virtual Reality Headset

Google is working a new virtual reality headset that is not made out of cardboard. Little is known about the upcoming project by the tech giants. More 

Monday Apple Rumors: iPhone 5se Will Likely Include Rose Gold Option

Monday's Apple Rumors include a Repair Extension Program for some 2013 Mac Pros, Facebook draining iPhone batteries and more. More 

Facebook Inc (FB): This 12-Year-Old Still Ticks Like a Startup!

Lots of growth is still on the horizon for Facebook stock, which is now favorably valued. And user engagement hasn't gone away. More 

GOOG Stock – Just Shut Up and Buy Alphabet Already

GOOG stock is a buy. Alphabet Inc. just blew the doors off in its recent earnings report, and the core Google ads business is booming. More 

Google Stock Owners: You Need to See What Fiber Is Doing for Alphabet Inc (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google Fiber has value, but with competitors eager to supercede GOOGL at its own game, Google stock owners should be wary. More 

Apple Inc. vs. Alphabet Inc … Is Bigger Really Better? (GOOGL, AAPL)

Google parent Alphabet (GOOGL) has superior growth prospects, but don't disregard the power of Apple's (AAPL) bargain valuation. More 

The ABCs of Going Long Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) Stock

Recent Alphabet Inc. (GOOG, GOOGL) earnings showed limited downside risk and mid-term upside potential. Go long Google stock. More 

It’s Never A Perfect Time To Invest In Stocks

There is no certainty when it comes to investing. Here are the lessons you need to learn for the future to sleep at night no matter the market More 

Google Fiber Offers Free Service to Those in Public Housing

Google Fiber is now offering its services for free to those located in public housing in 28 different U.S. cities. More 

WOW … Alphabet Inc Stock Has Some Losing Bets (GOOG, GOOGL)

Alphabet (GOOG) stock has been hot recently ... but its non-core businesses has had little to do with it. More