|Bid||1,495.48 x 1200|
|Ask||1,497.00 x 900|
|Day's range||1,480.31 - 1,510.00|
|52-week range||1,013.54 - 1,586.99|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.04|
|PE ratio (TTM)||32.88|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||1,673.41|
Google is launching a handful of new Android features today that don't really have a lot in common but that are all interesting in their own right. There are updates to Android Auto and Android's emergency location service, new accessibility features thanks to an updated Lookout app and the promise of better sleep thanks to the bedtime tools in the Android Clock app now rolling out to all Android devices running version 6.0 or later (this was a Pixel-only feature before). With this, Google is essentially turning your Android phone into a seismometer to create what the company says is "the world’s largest earthquake detection network."
Google has rolled out a new Search feature in India that enables influencers, entrepreneurs, freelancers or anyone else who wants to be easily discovered online create a virtual visiting card in what appears to be the company's latest attempt to add more LinkedIn -esque functionalities into its search engine. The company said it has rolled out the feature, called people cards, first in India because of the special affinity people in the world's second largest internet market have shown toward looking up their own names on the search engine. Users can create people cards about themselves by signing into their Google account and then looking up their name on Google search.
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) seems to keep gaining on Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) in crucial areas. One analyst reports that the chipmaker has doubled the presence of its Zen 2 Rome processors on Amazon.com's (NASDAQ: AMZN) massive data centers. DA Davidson analyst Ben Wilson says he found the more advanced progeny of AMD's Epyc processor on Amazon Web Services in 14 regions, double the seven regions he previously counted.