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Plan to launch cryptocurrency makes tech company more attractive, but at current price, buying the name again on dips makes sense.
Investors might be missing the case for Facebook Watch amid the crypto focus. These analysts say they need to keep their eyes on the effort.
Facebook is fomenting optimism on its blockchain bets, despite traditional cryptocurrency criticism.
Twitter is better positioned today than it has been for a long time. Yet its shares remain unreasonably cheap.
Lawmakers and regulators are zeroing in on tech's size and power. Watch the video to learn more about the biggest regulatory risks to big tech.
A quiet week offered a chance to get ready for volatility around the FOMC meeting and G-20 summit later this month.
After a five-year hiatus I'm ready to start throwing whammies in several directions.
We hit the dip and took the rally, but expect to get overbought in the coming days.
The unveiling of Facebook's new crypto promises to have a significant impact on consumers and the company's business operations.
The weakness in Netflix and Alphabet may be foreshadowing less-than-stellar earnings reports.
Despite privacy challenges, the digital adverting model is far from doomed. That and other trends suggest the tech giants still have a lot of runway.
Between antitrust, taxes, data privacy and content moderation, regulators and lawmakers are gradually closing in on Big Tech.
Charts need work and some good leadership needs to develop. There is no reason to be overly negative but not much reason to be wildly bullish right now.
While AMD appears well-positioned to gain share in the desktop and server CPU markets, its latest gaming GPUs might not take a lot of share from rival Nvidia offerings.
Jim Cramer breaks down what he's watching in the FAANG stocks with the House Judiciary hearing on big tech kicking off later Tuesday.
Jim Cramer breaks down what investors need to know about the trade talks, Beyond Meat's downgrade from J.P. Morgan and the House Judiciary Committee's hearing on big tech.
Intel agrees to buy startup Barefoot Networks in a bid to both diversify its chip offerings and also keep up with rival Broadcom.
Can the U.S. and China have successful trade talks at the G20 summit? Has Beyond Meat hit the top? And, of course, how should investors look at FAANG now that the House Judiciary is kicking off its big tech hearings. Jim Cramer breaks it all down from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
In addition to a next-gen Xbox, a cloud gaming service, new game-download subscription services and an extensive array of 2019 and 2020 game launches are all part of Microsoft's gaming roadmap.
U.S. stock futures rise despite Donald Trump saying he was ready to levy additional tariffs on China if a trade deal wasn't reached at the G-20 summit later this month; Tesla holds its annual meeting; Shutterfly is bought for $1.74 billion; Intel to buy networking startup Barefoot Networks.
Looking for a job? Watch the video to find out which companies made it on Universum's 2019 Most Attractive Employers list for recent college graduates.
Alphabet stock is finally starting to act better. But is it only a short-term performance with longer term concerns still present?
Between the Tableau deal and last year's purchase of MuleSoft, Salesforce is betting big on the long-term opportunity presented by data integration and analytics.
Samsung Pay can be used where other mobile payment applications can't, thanks to its use of magnetic-stripe technology.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is teaming with Aurora, an autonomous vehicle technology startup backed by Amazon and Sequoia Capital, to develop self-driving commerce delivery vehicles.
As Microsoft preps a cloud gaming game service of its own, the details Google just shared for its upcoming Stadia service make it far from clear that the service will be a mass-market hit.
What happens when the buyers fueling the IPO fervor run out of steam?
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