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Podcast: A 2% Jump for Tesla Ahead of its Model Y Unveiling and Two Other Numbers You Need to Know Numbers By Barron’s is a financial podcast from Barron’s. Once it become available, Tesla will have both sedans and SUVs in multiple sizes Teladoc Health is the industry leader in virtual care For $45 per visit, its 38 million members have access to on-demand appointments with physicians via voice or video chat Teladoc’s revenue growth is explosive and its market opportunity is huge
Tesla's Model Y is coming, but has this Model 3 owner's yearning been fulfilled? Initially an experience reserved for the luxury buyer, driving a Tesla can come with a sticker price that’s comparable to a higher-end Honda Civic. Hundreds of thousands rushed to pay $1,000 deposits Now, though, frustration and resentment are rising themes expressed in several posts in Facebook groups and on Reddit The primary complaint: owners are less than thrilled about dramatic price drops on cars they ecstatically dropped $10,000 more on only a few months earlier Follow Michelle Maltais on Twitter: @mmaltaisla
14 iPhone and Android apps you'll use over and over again From Spectre Camera to Shutterfly, these 14 apps cover a number of uses and each has the potential to become a personal game-changer. Reserve tables at pretty much any restaurant It's a challenge to find a good restaurant, whether you're in a foreign country, on a business trip or driving around your neighborhood But the service has radically branched out into other printing services as well
Google unveils 'THIRD gender' emoji for zombies, police officers and builders – coming to Android phones this year GOOGLE has revealed dozens of “third gender” emoji coming to Android smartphones later this year. The new gender-inclusive emoji include police officers, superheroes, wizards, wrestlers… Google 4 You'll still be able to select different skin tones and races on gender neutral emoji Some users have called for Google to return to its previous genderless, skin-tone-less blobs, which were a fan favourite Ginger emoji were added to the iPhone for the first time ever to celebrate World Emoji Day
Scientists blitz an iPhone in a blender - but there's an important reason why Researchers from the University of Plymouth have blended an iPhone to dust to highlight the important elements inside it Results showed the phone contained 33g of iron, 13g of silicon and 7g of chromium, as well as smaller quantities of other abundant substances This is overseen by the University's Sustainable Earth Institute and supported by Higher Education Innovation Funding
Why We Need To Think Critically About Data Most critical thinking programs focus on issues of logic, emphasizing rationality and reasoned judgment. That's an important approach. A new college-level course titled "Calling Bullshit" is program that provides people with tools to look critically at what is too often considered unassailable—data. But when Bergstrom overlays a graph showing quarterly sales, the story changes But the humor and timeliness of the UW team’s efforts stand out among the dry academic tomes on data analytics, and their work is of incredible value to anyone invested in better thinking
EU's Vestager says UK tax probe decision unlikely before end-March EU regulators are unlikely to rule by the end of March whether a UK tax scheme f... The European Commission opened an investigation into the scheme which exempts multinationals from UK taxes in October 2017 Spotify this week filed a complaint with EU antitrust regulators against Apple, saying the iPhone maker unfairly limits rivals to its own Apple Music streaming service Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
The Teenage Tech Entrepreneur Making Your Smartphone Smarter Michael Royzen is the teenage entrepreneur behind SmartLens, an app that can turn a smartphone into a search box. At 18, his future is looking bright. What if it could also let you buy products you see and tell you about landmarks Pointing a phone at a plant, animal, painting, or landmark would bring up a Wikipedia description And follow your gut, because in software the most intuitive solution is usually the best
U.S. prosecutors probing Facebook's data deals: New York Times U.S. federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into data deals... In addition to looking at the data deals, the probes focus on disclosures that the company shared the user data of 87 million people with Cambridge Analytica, a British consulting firm that worked with U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Google Reportedly Pulling Back On Laptop And Tablet Hardware The Pixelbook and Pixel Slate are not competitive products. Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) subsidiary Google has been making strides in consumer hardware, generating an estimated $3 billion in gross profit last year Third-party Chromebook manufacturers are helping drive volume with low-cost models in key markets like education, and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) dominates the tablet market with the iPad
AT&T Feels The Pain Of Slowing Smartphone Upgrades The telecom giant is selling fewer phones, but it still expects to grow wireless service revenue. AT&T expects that growth to continue despite slower smartphone sales This article originally appeared in the Motley Fool The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Apple The Motley Fool has the following options: long January 2020 $150 calls on Apple and short January 2020 $155 calls on Apple
Spotify just painted a big target on Apple's back, and the iPhone maker should worry if antitrust regulators start aiming at it An antitrust investigation into Apple could lead to a big fine, hamper its business, and sully its reputation. The company forbids developers from pointing users to their web sites to sign up for subscriptions there instead Read more: Elizabeth Warren pulled a ninja move to turn tech angst into a crackdown with real teeth, and tech is going to suffer even if she's not president Donald Trump is right about Google but for the wrong reason Europe's competition czar is wrong it's long past time to break up Google 'We're totally absent': The US lawyer who helped start the EU's case against Google that just resulted in a $5 billion fine says more needs to be done Get the latest Microsoft stock price here