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After Friday’s pullback, failure to revisit the yesterday’s highs would leave the majors under pressure.
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Following Friday’s reversal, a Bitcoin return to $43,000 would support the broader market.
With a market cap of $2.43 trillion, Apple (AAPL) is the world’s biggest company - the giant amongst giants. While most on the Street foresee more growth on the horizon, one analyst has just taken expectations to the next level. Tigress' Ivan Feinseth has just reiterated a Strong Buy rating for the tech behemoth and attached a Street-high price target of $198. The implication for investors? Upside of 35% from current levels. (To watch Feinseth’s track record, click here) The 5-star analyst count
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Apple's iPhone 13 lineup is as good as ever, with dramatically improved battery life, and exceedingly capable cameras.
Stock buyers should consider newly public Vizio Holding which completed “upfront” advertising negotiations with more than $100 million in commitments, up fourfold from last year. Enter the dongle: Cheap, small devices like the Amazon Fire Stick or Google Chromecast, along with Apple TV set-top boxes, gave old sets sleek operating systems and provided access to Netflix and more. Only 7% of time spent watching a Vizio (VZIO) set isn’t spent on Vizio’s own operating system.
According to reports spotted by 9to5Mac, the phones cap some animations in third-party apps to 60Hz.
The capacity of the Lightning Network, the Layer 2 solution for the Bitcoin network, has just reached an all-time high (ATH). The network, which is designed to solve the scalability problem of the largest cryptocurrency, has experienced parabolic growth since the beginning of 2021.
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Here are the highlights of a conversation between Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and Zoom CEO Eric Yuan at Dreamforce.
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Save upwards of 50 percent on Apple, Samsung, Nintendo, Shark, Bissell, Instant Pot and more, all weekend long.
- FX Empire
Following a mixed session on Thursday, the majors would need to revisit Thursday’s highs to avoid a pullback.
Yahoo has recruited Jeremy Le Van, one of the co-founders of Sunrise, to help design its new Day calendar app.
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Enjoy more freedom with the latest in earphone technology from the likes of Apple, Sony and Beats
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The stock market dropped sharply on Monday as Wall Street pondered the potential impact of a situation brewing in China. Specifically, some analysts believe that the heavily indebted Evergrande Group, one of China's largest property developers, will default on its interest payments in the near future.
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It may seem like the tech world is dominated by Apple, but Android actually controls 73 percent of the world's mobile market, making it the most used smartphone company globally. Though Android may be king size-wise, the cybersecurity experts at NordVPN say Androids are more susceptible to security flaws. While the company claims it has been working to button up security, hackers have found ways to bypass it—and now, experts say if you use an Android phone, you should be wary of a new text messa
The iPhone 13 Pro, not the regular iPhone 13, is the phone iPhone 12 owners should upgrade to this year.
Razer has unveiled a wired Kaira X headset that offers PlayStation and Xbox gamers a lower-cost listening option.
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The color blocked cutie comes in over 32 different colorways.
Twitter's slate of new product announcements is not slowing down. The company today introduced a number of new initiatives aimed at better serving the conversations and community using its platform, including support for tipping with crypto, NFT authentication and plans for other experiments designed to provide more context about a conversation to those just joining in. The company also said it's preparing to launch its own creator fund in a few weeks to provide audio creators with access to financial, technical and marketing support.
One of the unfortunate realities of the warehousing industry is that it isn't particularly safe. Of the 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses in 2019, approximately 8% came from the warehousing industry, with injuries occurring at a rate of 4.8 for every 100 full-time workers. According to a report from Liberty Mutual, nonfatal industries in warehousing and transportation cost companies more than $84 billion per week in 2018 – that's around $240,000 per year for each of the 18,17
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Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss the latest