Broker recommendations for Apple
The Apple, Inc. stock is rated at 1.525641 (on a scale 1-3, where 1 is ‘strong buy‘ and 3 is ‘strong sell‘) from Tuesday 13 October, 2020 by a total of 40 brokers. This means that the consensus of the 40 different brokers is leaning toward to overweight (moderate buy).
3 (7.5%) Underweight
0 (0%) Hold
13 (32.5%) Overweight
3 (7.5%) Buy
Apple, Opera and more aim to tackle address bar spoofing browser bug
Thursday, 22 October 2020, 10:46:37
Newly discovered vulnerability allows attackers to replace a malicious web address with a reputable one before the webpage has even loaded.
Airbnb recruits ex-Apple design honcho Jony Ive
Thursday, 22 October 2020, 09:45:26
Next time you stay in an Airbnb you better expect some aluminium sides, some polished and laminated leathers, and, potentially, the most innovative flat you’ve ever stayed in. That’s right people, Airbnb has brought on Jony Ive, the ex-Chief Head of Design at Apple. If you’re unfamiliar with Jony Ive, he’s the man behind lots of your favorite things. He left Apple last year after almost 30 years at the company. During that time, he oversaw the development of almost any modern Apple product or service you want to name, from the iPod to the Apple Stores themselves. Even more importantly, he helped build the design team that’s… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read more coverage about: Airbnb , Apple
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We pay Big Tech to promote our services: Google on lawsuit
Thursday, 22 October 2020, 09:18:00
New Delhi: Stressing that this is not the dial-up 1990s when changing services was slow and difficult and often required to buy and install software with a CD-ROM, Google has vehemently defended its position after the US Department of Justice and 11 state Attorneys General sued the tech giant for allegedly abusing its market position in the domain of online search. Claiming that the lawsuit relies on dubious antitrust arguments, Google said that like countless other businesses, the company pays to promote its services. For digital services, when you first buy a device, it has a kind of home screen “eye level shelf.” “On mobile, that shelf is controlled by Apple, as well as companies like AT&T, Verizon, Samsung and LG. On desktop computers, that shelf space is overwhelmingly controlled by Microsoft,” argued Kent Walker, SVP of Global Affairs at Google. So Google negotiates agreements with many of those companies for eye-level shelf space. “Our agreements with Apple and other device makers and carriers are no different from the agreements that many other companies have traditionally used to distribute software,” Walker said. “Other search engines, including Microsoft’s Bing, compete with us for these agreements.
LG Display swings to third-quarter profit on Apple demand, panel price boost
Thursday, 22 October 2020, 09:10:09
South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd <034220.KS> on Thursday reported a profit for July-September, ending a six-quarter run of loss, helped by shipments for Apple Inc’s new iPhones and stay-at-home trends lifting panel demand for TVs and laptops.
mHealth Services Market Next Big Thing | Major Giants Vodafone, AT&T, Apple
Thursday, 22 October 2020, 08:41:22
Latest added Global mHealth Services Market research study by AMA Research offers detailed outlook and elaborates market review till 2025. The market Study is segmented by key regions that are accelerating the marketization. At present, the market players are strategizing
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