|Bid||1,186.87 x 900|
|Ask||1,187.42 x 800|
|Day's range||1,183.32 - 1,200.00|
|52-week range||903.40 - 1,204.50|
|PE ratio (TTM)||50.21|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Microsoft is scheduled to report Q4 2018 earnings after the bell.
In other news bears shit in the woods. In today's second-day President Trump
BRUSSELS (AP) — European regulators' latest swipe at the dominance of U.S. tech giant Google could open new opportunities for rivals in search and web browsers — that is, if cellphone manufacturers decide to make the most of the opening.
President Donald Trump on Thursday stepped up his attack on the European Union and the media, as he still remained on the defensive over his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
As tech companies continue to dominate Wall Street, with four now standing alone with valuations of more than $800 billion, gigantic growth is priced in and expected. All the drama is in the forecasts.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — A Google-affiliated company has chosen Kenya as the home of its first announced commercial deal for delivering internet access to hard-to-reach areas using high-altitude balloons.
BRUSSELS—Fining Google $5 billion is one thing, making it stick is another. Inc. said within hours Wednesday it would appeal the European Union antitrust fine for abusing the dominance of its Android operating system. The company faces an uphill battle with its appeal—but maybe not an insurmountable one, say lawyers and legal scholars, citing a court ruling involving Intel Corp. last year.
Project "Fuchsia": Google is quietly working on a successor to Android, the world's most dominant mobile OS. @markgurman has the details https://bloom.bg/2zThgCj #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)...
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday criticized the European Union and said the bloc was taking advantage of the United States, pointing to the record $5 billion fine European antitrust regulators imposed on Google. EU officials on Wednesday also ordered Google to stop using its popular Android mobile operating system to block its rivals, adding to trade tensions between Washington and Brussels. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is scheduled to meet with Trump at the White House next Wednesday to discuss trade and other issues.
Bloomberg reported Thursday that Alphabet Inc.'s (googl) Google has tasked a group of engineers to work on Fuchsia, a new operating system that could potentially come to replace Android. Fuchsia is being designed to better handle voice inputs and security updates than Android currently does, according to Bloomberg, and Google wants it to have a uniform look across all types of devices.
EU antitrust regulators have reinforced their case against Qualcomm where the U.S. chipmaker has been accused of selling chipsets below cost to drive out a rival. The move came as U.S. President Donald Trump slammed a $5 billion fine against Google, saying the European Union was taking advantage of the United States.
Inc.’s Google is evidence that the bloc has “taken advantage of the U.S.,” and suggested that change is on the way. “I told you so!” Mr. Trump wrote on Twitter. “The European Union just slapped a Five Billion Dollar fine on one of our great companies, Google.
Apple (AAPL) is looking to its Services segment to bring about its next surge of growth. The segment includes Apple Music, iTunes, and the App Store and is Apple’s fastest-growing segment.
Samsung (SSNLF) is expanding its capacity in India. Just a few weeks ago, it opened a new factory in India that it said is the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturing plant.
Donald Trump has attacked the European Union’s decision to fine Google $5.1bn (£3.8bn) for “serious illegal behaviour”. The European commission announced the record fine on Wednesday after an investigation found the tech company had required smartphone operators to pre-install Google’s search and browser apps or lose access to its online store and streaming service. “I told you so! The European Union just slapped a Five Billion Dollar fine on one of our great companies, Google.
Apple’s (AAPL) app distribution business, the App Store, turned ten years old this month. The App Store was a bet that has paid off well for the company, sparking optimism that Apple’s other bets—including self-driving systems—could similarly impress down the road. When the App Store was launched on July 10, 2008, it had just 500 apps and a tiny number of developers.
Donald Trump has responded to the EU's decision to charge Google with a record-breaking fine. "The European Union just slapped a Five Billion Dollar fine on one of our great companies, Google. The post is just the latest mark of deteriorating relations between the EU and the US.