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Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Wednesday it had made an “error” in not disclosing that its Nest Secure home security system had a built-in microphone in its devices. Havovi Cooper reports.
The Latest News from Amazon and Apple(Continued from Prior Part)Apple’s new streaming service could cost $15 per monthApple’s (AAPL) much-anticipated video streaming service, which is expected to be launched soon, is seen by many as something
Google says it forgot to mention that it included a microphone in a security product it began selling in 2017, but blames the omission on an error. When the company's Nest Secure home alarm system hit the market, its product information didn't mention a microphone. As recently as January, the product specs for the system's Nest Guard hub, which controls home-alarm sensors, still didn't include any indication of a microphone.
A recent paper by economists Feng Zhu and Qihong Liu observed Amazon’s behavior over time, and found that it tends to introduce products in niches that smaller merchants did the work of discovering by finding out what consumers like. Amazon then piggybacks on their efforts. (2)This kind of tactic could be increasingly important as Amazon makes its own private-label products. This is similar to a classic move used by supermarkets -- observe which products sell well, then introduce private-label brands to try to grab some of those markets.
Wall Street Reacts to Gaming Stocks after Disappointing EarningsGaming stocksEarnings season is nearly over, and most of the leading video gaming companies have released their quarterly earnings. Electronic Arts (EA) reported its earnings results on
There, the Korean computing giant announced its latest smartphone, the Galaxy Fold. The device could jump-start Samsung’s star-crossed fortunes in a fiercely competitive smartphone market, if consumers decide it is truly the luxury item that Samsung (South Korea: 005930) has labeled it to be. Samsung, the market leader in smartphones world-wide, has sold 2 billion Galaxy models.
The Latest News from Amazon and Apple(Continued from Prior Part)Apple is reportedly planning to shift its revenue modelApple (AAPL) has evolved several times over the decades to move with the times. The tech giant’s venture into smartphones about
The Latest News from Amazon and AppleTwitch is a fast-growing platform for content creatorsAmazon’s (AMZN) Twitch is one of the fastest-growing platforms for content makers. According to a report by Recreate Coalition, American content creators
At simultaneous launch events in San Francisco and London on Wednesday, the South Korean technology giant introduced four new phones -- the Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e, and S10 5G. The S10 and S10+ are direct successors to last year’s S9 and S9+, while the S10e and S10 5G are two new models for the company: a low-end phone aimed at Apple’s iPhone XR, and a high-end version priced above $1,000.
Economist Warns of a Possible Recession by 2020Recession fears Over the last few months, investors’ concerns about a possible recession in the near term have been fueled by several factors, including slowing global economic growth and a sudden
NEW YORK (AP) — For the first time since its meteoric rise, "Fortnite" is no longer a no-doubt victory royale atop the video game industry.