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Previous Close $1,131.55
Market Cap 337.94B
PE Ratio 47.95
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.16M
Day's Range 1,131.25 - 1,151.58
52-Week Range 977.66 - 1,296.97
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Microsoft was the center of attention, but investors saw a tumble in the Nasdaq today. Here's what we're watching and what stock made waves.
Autonomous driving is going to make a big mark on the automotive and tech industries. Here are 5 self-driving car stocks to watch.
Alphabet, Dell and FireEye are just some of the top tech stocks to buy, even if the rest of the sector is overbought or overvalued, or both.
Amazon's big Prime Day eclipsed Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined. Let's see what else happened in the Nasdaq Today.
On July 11, Alphabet announced that it hired Kirsten Kliphouse as Google Cloud’s head of North American sales, a newly created position, to enable it to go after small, medium, and enterprise customers.
We didn't see new highs in the Nasdaq today. However, Roku, Beyond Meat, Slack and big tech were in focus on the day.
It was quiet for the Nasdaq today, but bitcoin, Facebook's Libra and the Broadcom-Symantec deal were in focus.
In order for EA stock to spark and sustain a recovery, Electronic Arts must continue to dive aggressively into subscription and streaming-based platforms.
Amazon stock is flirting with new highs as its market cap breaches $1 trillion for the first time in almost a year. Time to buy AMZN?
Facebook is reportedly settling with the FTC, Illumina warns on earnings and Amazon Prime Day is nearing in the Nasdaq Today.
The Shoelace app is Google's next attempt at creating a social network, but this time the company wants it to be a more local experience.
Roku stock has been downright explosive so far in 2019. Shares seem to be heating up once again, but is it time to buy?
In the past couple weeks FAANG stocks has re-awoken. After leading the market the beginning of the year, then selling off, they look poised for another run to new 52-week highs.Given that the U.S.-China trade war is still not fully resolved and ramifications of a stronger dollar are still rippling through global markets, the run into new highs could be in the short or medium term. There are also the domestic regulatory uncertainties that make timing difficult, so if investors are looking to go the options route, longer dated ones into the fall may provide some protection options.
FB stock has had a difficult year, but is finding its way higher once again. Don't rule out Facebook stock making a run to back to its highs.
T stock has been in rally mode lately, while its dividend still yields 6%. Let's see if we get a buyable pullback in AT&T stock price.
Quantum computing is going to be huge in the next few years, but there are few pure plays right now. These quantum computing stocks will give investors exposure to the soon-to-explode trend.
AT&T's WarnerMedia introduced HBO Max, Apple caught a price target hike and Cisco bought Acacia for $2.6 billion in the Nasdaq today.
When Esaïe Prickett sat down in the living room with his mother, father and four older brothers, he was the only one wearing Google Glass. As Esaïe, who was 10 at the time and is 12 now, gazed through the computerized glasses, his family made faces - happy, sad, surprised, angry, bored - and he tried to identify each emotion. In an instant, the glasses told him whether he was right or wrong, flashing tiny digital icons that only he could see. Esaïe was 6 when he and his family learned he had autism. The technology he was using while sitting in the living room was meant to help him learn how to recognize emotions and make eye contact with those around him. The glasses would verify his choices only if he looked directly at a face. He and his family tested the technology for several weeks as part of a clinical trial run by researchers at Stanford University in and around the Bay Area. Recently detailed in the Journal of the American Medical Association, Pediatrics, the trial fits into a growing effort to build new technologies for children on the autism spectrum, including interactive robots and computerized eyewear. The Stanford study's results show that the methods have promise and indicate that they could help children like Esaïe understand emotions and engage in more direct ways with those around them. They could also measure changes in behavior, something that has historically been difficult to do. Experts believe that other new technologies may help in similar ways. Talking digital assistants like Amazon's Alexa, for example, could help children who misuse their pronouns. But even as these ideas spread, researchers warn that they will require rigorous testing before their effects are completely understood. Catalin Voss started building software for Google Glass in 2013, not long after Google unveiled...
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