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Nasdaq set for worst day in 2 months before big tech earnings

July 27 (Reuters) - U.S. stock indexes retreated from record highs on Tuesday, with the Nasdaq tumbling as much as 2.1% as caution kicked in ahead of earnings reports from some of the most valuable technology companies on Wall Street. Apple (AAPL.O), Microsoft (MSFT.O), Amazon (AMZN.O) and Google-parent Alphabet (GOOGL.O),...
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Music Review: Prince’s ‘America’ vault release stunning

Prince, “Welcome 2 America” (Legacy Recordings) Anyone who feared that Prince’s vault was filled with nothing but Billy Joel covers, as the satirical website The Onion joked shortly after his death, need not worry. “Welcome 2 America” is the first complete, previously unreleased record to come out since Prince died...
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Cowen's Sankar previews Apple's upcoming earnings

Krish Sankar, an analyst at Cowen, joins The Exchange to discuss Apple's slow stock growth this year compared to other Big Tech companies. Sankar attributes much of Apple's share growth this year to accelerated sales and possible accelerated production of iPhones.
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Big tech tries to derail EU AI policy with ‘warnings’ from US think tank

EU policymakers recently proposed a sweeping set of regulations called the Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA). If made law, the AIA would offer European citizens the strictest, most comprehensive protections against predatory AI systems on the planet. And big tech is terrified. Up front: The Center for Data Innovation published a...
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Biden's far-left antitrust policy

"Break up Big Tech" seems to have become a dogmatic mantra for Republicans. The GOP rhetorically sounds less like Ronald Reagan and more like Teddy Roosevelt. Thankfully, some limited-government conservatives are realizing that the antitrust big stick they have brandished might not feel so nice when wielded by those who don’t share their worldview.

China’s WeChat Turns Away New Users While Meeting Mandated Upgrades

For the time being, Tencent is no longer taking on new WeChat users while it undergoes technical upgrades that will adhere to new security mandates handed down by the Chinese government, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday (July 27). The temporary suspension of service for new registrants of its messaging...

Earnings Preview: What To Expect From Apple Today

Apple Inc. is scheduled to report earnings after Tuesday’s close. The stock just hit a record high of $150/share in 2021 and is currently trading near $146/share. The stock is prone to big moves after reporting earnings and can easily gap up if the numbers are strong. Conversely, if the numbers disappoint, the stock can easily gap down. To help you prepare, here is what the Street is expecting:
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Tech newsletter: Comcast, AT&T spent big to kill net neutrality

Sign up to receive the Daily Dot’s Internet Insider newsletter for urgent news from the frontline of online. Welcome to the Tuesday edition of Internet Insider, where we dissect tech and politics unfolding online. Today:. Comcast, AT&T spent tens of millions to stop a bill reinstating net neutrality. Buffalo police...
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Google’s YouTube Q2 Ad Sales Surge, Passing $7B

Google’s YouTube saw ad revenue jump last quarter, passing $7 billion from $3.8 billion a year ago. The video giant’s parent Alphabet saw overall sales surge to nearly $62 billion from $38 billion, beating Wall Street expectations across the board. The numbers come amid a rain of big tech earnings...

9 recent big tech partnerships in healthcare: Amazon, Google, Microsoft

Nine recent partnerships between healthcare organizations and big tech companies including Amazon, Google and Microsoft. 1. Burlington, Mass.-based Wellforce began working with Amazon to move its entire digital healthcare ecosystem, including its Epic EHR infrastructure, to Amazon Web Services. 2. Amazon Studios, the film sector of the retail giant, partnered...
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LineageOS: All You Need to Know About the Most Popular Android ROM

While many are under the impression that Google and other Big Tech representatives achieved organic growth, it is no secret that former owes part of its success to grants from the NSA, CIA, and DARPA under the MDDS (Massive Digital Data Systems) initiative. Among its vast holdings, Google now owns the Android ecosystem as well, accounting for 73% of the mobile OS market share.