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Wozniak also said he was skeptical that the Face ID feature would work the way it is supposed to.
JPMorgan reiterated its overweight rating for Alphabet shares, predicting it will report earnings above expectations in the September quarter.
Continual innovation, from product selection to shipping technology, is key to this small business's growth.
He said the high price of a stake in Uber is part of what pushed him to back Lyft.
Using Estimize, CNBC found that Microsoft, Alphabet, Twitter and Amazon are all expected to beat expectations.
The company has leased buildings on a quiet Hollywood block as it prepares to focus on creating full-length movies and television series, NYT reports.
Starting in November Amazon customers can order take-out from local restaurants directly through the Amazon app.
New legislation would waive polygraphs for some law enforcement job candidates, The Verge reports.
Amazon said on Monday that it received 238 proposals from cities who are trying to attract the company's second headquarters.
The deal allows Cisco to further diversify away from its stagnating switches and routers business.
Bitcoin is booming, digital currency hedge funds are sprouting at the rate of two a week and the value of all cryptocurrencies has surged tenfold this year to more than $170 billion.
Jefferies reiterates its buy rating for Nvidia shares, predicting the chipmaker will report profits above expectations in fiscal 2019.
Amazon’s handling of sexual harassment allegations against Roy Price has set off confusion, debate and finger-pointing inside the company, the NYT reports.
Developing countries are at risk of losing cheap manufacturing if leisurewear companies accelerate automation, Financial Times reports.
Google plans to take a finder’s fee for each new subscriber it brings to publishers, FT reports.
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