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 »2 weeks 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 »2 weeks 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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Amazon shares ended the US Thursday trading day higher, amid speculation the tech giant is planning to bid for the streaming rights of UK premier league football. A number of reports on the topic have appeared across the media in recent days. read »2 weeks ago
Facebook shares closed lower Thursday in the US, after the social media’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg, declared his 2018 New Years resolution was to ‘fix’ Facebook. This is Zuckerberg’s 10th annual challenge he has announced on his site. read »2 weeks ago
Tech giant Apple has said that all Mac and IOS products are affected by the chip flaw that has been reported in recent days. Apple shares ended the US Thursday trading session higher amid news of record App store sales on New Years day. read »2 weeks ago
Blackberry shares rose Wednesday, following an announcement from the tech firm that it has signed an agreement with Chinese web firm Baidu, to develop new technology for the autonomous car industry. read »2 weeks ago
Amazon shares moved higher in Tuesday trade in the US session, boosted by further details highlighting a successful 2017 for the tech giant. The global retailer reported it had made over 5 billion deliveries to Prime members alone, last year. read »3 weeks ago
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