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283.900.00 (0.00%)
As of 2:23PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close283.90
Open283.90
Bid263.60
Ask270.30
Strike1,600.00
Expiry date2022-01-21
Day's range283.90 - 283.90
Contract rangeN/A
Volume20
Open interest24
  • Google makes building Android apps on Chrome OS easier
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    Google makes building Android apps on Chrome OS easier

    Google today launched ChromeOS.dev, a new site that aims to help developers get started with building Android apps for the company's Linux-based operating system. With today's update, Google is also making it easier to build and test Android applications on Chromebooks. The new ChromeOS.dev site, which is available in English and Spanish for now, is meant to "help developers maximize their capabilities on the platform through technical resources/tutorials, product announcements, code samples and more," a Google spokesperson told us.

  • TikTok found to have tracked Android users' MAC addresses until late last year
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    TikTok found to have tracked Android users' MAC addresses until late last year

    Until late last year social video app TikTok was using an extra layer of encryption to conceal a tactic for tracking Android users via the MAC address of their device, which skirted Google's policies and did not allow users to opt out, The Wall Street Journal reports. Its analysis found that this concealed tracking ended in November as U.S. scrutiny of the company dialed up, after at least 15 months during which TikTok had been gathering the fixed identifier without users' knowledge. A MAC address is a unique and fixed identifier assigned to an internet-connected device -- which means it can be repurposed for tracking the individual user for profiling and ad targeting purposes, including by being able to re-link a user who has cleared their advertising ID back to the same device and therefore to all the prior profiling they wanted to jettison.

  • Court dismisses Genius lawsuit over lyrics-scraping by Google
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    Court dismisses Genius lawsuit over lyrics-scraping by Google

    A state court has dismissed a high-profile case showing unsportsmanlike conduct by Google, which was caught red-handed using lyrics obviously scraped from Genius. Unfortunately for the latter, the complaints amount to a copyright violation — which wasn't what the plaintiffs alleged, sinking the case. The lawsuit, filed in December, accused Google of violating Genius's terms of use and unjustly enriching itself by scraping lyrics on the site to be displayed on searches for songs.

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