Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) stock as well as a few other software firms, have been doing great and even outperformed FAANG in 2018. The trajectory has continued into 2019 and MSFT just might be taking some shine away from FAANG.
In its 21 years of existence, Google (GOOGL) has been able to surge its profits consistently, many times over. The company is now one of the largest in the world and has pulled in more than 600% profits in the last decade.
Google is coming under congressional scrutiny due to its plans to include increased security for Domain Name Servers (DNS) in its popular Chrome browser.
The Stock Market has responded positively to Trump’s hint at a possible resolution to the trade war with China. There were modest gains which seem to be unaffected by the current impeachment proceedings against Trump.
Google will be shutting down the Google Express shopping platform and merging it with the new Google Shopping. After about 6 years, the platform has failed to properly plant its flag in the online shopping sector.
Five of the biggest stocks in the market, FAANG, aren’t performing as well as they used to and expectations by market analysts seem to be lowering consistently. Are the glory days officially over and can FAANG really be replaced?
Android 10 is now rolling out to Pixel phones and it introduces dark mode, new accessibility features, battery saving features and improved notifications. However, it can’t be expected to be seen on non-Pixel phone soon.
Recently, Huawei announced that their new flagship phone line – Mate 30, will be launched on September 19, in Munich, Germany. The tagline for this launch event is “Rethink Possibilities”.
Google (GOOGL) records almost 10 percent increase in stock for the year’s second quarter. The official report also shows 13 percent increase in Traffic Acquisition Cost, hitting $7.24 billion.
Peter Thiel, a Renegade Venture Capitalist billionaire tech entrepreneur and advisor to President Trump wants Google investigated for their allegedly treasonous actions in China.