Tag: Computers/Electronics

Opinion: Apple’s iPhone 13 upgrades are boring, but they will still sell

Apple Inc.’s latest iPhone event was a snoozefest, but Apple will sell millions of the new smartphones anyway. Apple AAPL, -0.96% hosted its much anticipated iPhone 13 launch Tuesday, revealing four new models with starting prices that range from $699 for the iPhone 13 Mini to $1,099 for the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The new […]

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Apple reveals iPhone 13, iPad Mini price increase and larger Apple Watch

Apple Inc. detailed new iPhones, iPads and smartwatches Tuesday as the most valuable U.S. public company attempts to focus on the coming holiday season instead of its regulatory issues. Apple AAPL, -0.98% typically reveals its new lineup of devices every September, ahead of holiday shopping. In this year’s event at the company’s Cupertino, Calif., campus, […]

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Here’s a safer way to invest in bitcoin and blockchain technology

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can be among the most volatile securities trading today. A safer way to invest in cryptos and blockchain-technology companies is through exchange traded funds. The Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF BLOK is, by far, the largest ETF focused on cryptocurrencies and companies that use or develop blockchain technology. It has $1.3 […]

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New Apple Watch reportedly running into production problems, delays

The new Apple Watch is running into production problems that will likely result in delivery delays, according to new reports Tuesday. Japan-based Nikkei Asia reported that the smartwatch’s complicated design is the main culprit, with early assemblies failing quality standards. Citing multiple sources, Nikkei said production of the new Apple Watch has been put on […]

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Wall Street ignores these ‘orphan’ stocks, but they’ve beaten the S&P 500 over 20 years

Wall Street is in the business of selling stocks. But it ignores some of them, and some of the “orphan stocks” ignored by analysts have been incredible long-term performers. When an investment bank (which is probably also a brokerage firm) underwrites a new offering of stock, it has the job of selling those shares to […]

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Opinion: The metaverse — a merging of realities — is being built out this decade so you can live in it

Facebook, according to a July 28 earnings call, plans to “transition from the social network to a metaverse company.” Let’s start with a definition for that new buzzword, metaverse: A confluence of physical, augmented and virtual reality. In the metaverse, those media formats come together to form a persistent digital presence in which users can […]

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