|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||1.69 x 2000|
|Day's range||1.10 - 1.14|
|52-week range||0.90 - 1.99|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||13 Nov 2017 - 17 Nov 2017|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||27.70|
Microsoft (Euronext: MSF.NX - news) 's latest Xbox, which the company claims to be "the world's most powerful console", goes on sale on Tuesday. The Xbox One X is the Redmond-based tech firm's latest bid yet to draw gamers away from rival Sony (Hanover: SON1.HA - news) 's PlayStation 4 (PS4), which last week reached a worldwide sales total of 67.5 million. It dwarfs the capabilities of Sony's top-of-the-line PS4 Pro, which is equipped with 4.2 teraflops running at 911MHz.
Technology giants will this week face more pressure to allow intelligence services access to encrypted messaging in the aftermath of the Westminster attack. Khalid Masood is known to have used WhatsApp in the moments before the attack, but encryption has hampered investigators trying to access his messages. The company has faced a barrage of criticism - not least from Home Secretary Amber Rudd - at a time when tech firms were already under pressure over extremist content.
Jeans that can direct you to your destination and a hairbrush that can detect damaged hair are just some of the weird and wonderful products being introduced at the world's biggest gadget show. Alongside the quirkier inventions on display at this year's CES (Shenzhen: 300469.SZ - news) in Las Vegas is technology that will change how we live our lives. The event, which used to be known as the Consumer Electronics Show, is dominated this year by virtual and augmented reality, robotics and smart home management systems.