Facebook shares are trading over 5% lower in pre-market activity ahead of the US market open Friday, following an announcement from Mark Zuckerberg the social media platform will make business and advertising feeds on the news feed less prominent. read »4 days ago
Apple shares ended the Wednesday trading session in the US marginally in the red, as the innovative tech giant faces a request for more transparency over its updates that slowdown some iPhones. Apple also agreed to pay the UK treasury £136 million in a ‘tax adjustment’. read »5 days ago
Amazon shares ended the US Wednesday trading session in the green, as analysts from JP Morgan and Piper Jaffray raise their price target for the stock, even higher. Ad and sales growth potential support their positive outlook. read »5 days ago
Microsoft shares moved lower Tuesday, as the global tech firm warned the performance of some tech devices is being adversely affected by the patches it has created to mitigate the security flaws with numerous processing chips. read »6 days ago
Camera-maker GoPro shares slid in US trade Monday, after the firm’s fourth quarter revenue guidance was almost 40% lower a year earlier. Reports also suggest GoPro’s CEO would be interested in a sale, or tie-up of the business. read »1 week ago
Intel shares closed higher in the US Monday, as the chip maker’s CEO told the Las Vegas CES conference that some 90% of flaws would be patched by the end of the week. Brian Kzranich also said Intel’s autonomous driving tech would be used in some 2 million vehicles. read »1 week ago
Amazon shares rose in the US Monday, following news the tech giant’s Alexa will soon be available on even more third-party tech. Amid the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, well-known computer brands announced Alexa will be enabled on their laptops and devices. read »1 week ago
Two major Apple investors have urged the tech innovator to conduct an in-depth study into the impact of iPhone addiction among children. Apple shares ended higher in the US, Friday.
The open letter from Jana Partners and the California State Teachers Retirement System, (CSTRS) who collectively own $2 billion in Apple shares, was published Saturday.
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