|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 1300|
|Day's range||1,066.45 - 1,080.44|
|52-week range||894.79 - 1,186.89|
|PE ratio (TTM)||59.97|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
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The European Union’s stringent regime governing how data collectors gather and use its citizens’ information and give consumers more control took effect Friday. It’s known as the General Data Protection Regulation and covers any company that has EU residents’ personal data. 1. What does the GDPR do?
A group of iPhone users sued Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google in the United Kingdom on claims that the company had improperly collected their personal information. The group has indicated that it could seek over $1,000 in damages for each individual affected if its case against Google is successful, according to Bloomberg. The group includes 4.4 million people, which suggests that Google could face as much as a $4.3 billion claim in the privacy case.
Is Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google back to waging a price war on its cloud-computing rivals? Google recently revamped its consumer cloud storage plans, with changes including rebranding, lowering prices, and releasing brand new plans at competitive prices. The company renamed its paid consumer storage service Google One. Its free storage service will continue to be called Google Drive.
Google’s YouTube finally seems to be taking streaming seriously. It recently said it will be restructuring YouTube Red, its video streaming and music streaming platform. YouTube hasn’t spent as much as Netflix (NFLX) on content, despite the deep pockets of its parent company Alphabet (GOOGL).
Apple transferred cash in to the Irish escrow account, its HomePod is off to a good start, Bernstein sees near-term pressure on its services business and the legal battle with Samsung continues.
Google’s Home smart speakers outsold Amazon’s Echos in the first quarter, according to new data. Alphabet-owned (GOOGL) Google shipped 3.2 million Home and Home Mini devices in Q1, according to Canalys, beating Amazon.com’s (AMZN) 2.5 million Echos. Amazon’s Alexa-equipped Echos substantially outsold not just Google’s, but everyone’s, last year, and this is the first time Google outperformed the retailer in the fast-growing segment, Canalys said.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is eating into Amazon’s (AMZN) share of the smart speaker market, according to a new report. Amazon made an early entrance into the smart speaker business, allowing it to capture the lion’s share of the global smart speaker market at a time when its competitors were still trying to figure out how to venture into the business of building speakers capable of taking and acting on voice instruction.
Apple (AAPL) continues to lead the wearables device market ahead of Xiaomi, Fitbit, Garmin and Hauwei, per recently released Canalys data.
Fresh from reporting strong first-quarter financial results, Twitter (TWTR) unveiled more than 30 new video partnerships at the annual NewFront event in New York. Twitter also took the opportunity at the NewFront annual marketing conference to announce new influencer marketing programs. Additionally, Twitter is launching a program to help brands create live marketing content by tapping into the pool of talents available under Niche.
is reviewing how its voice-activated speakers work after a woman claimed her Echo device recorded a private conversation in her home and sent it to a contact without her knowledge. Amazon confirmed the woman’s claim that the speaker had recorded the conversation and sent it to another person, describing it as the result of an “unlikely” chain of events. The company said: “Echo woke up due to a word in background conversation sounding like ‘Alexa’ [the default trigger for the device].