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The former Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer has criticised US monopoly investigations against Silicon Valley companies, suggesting they are often grounded more in fear of big tech firms than in legitimate competitive concerns. Read more
Mr. Gates, the Microsoft co-founder, met several times with Mr. Epstein, a sex criminal, a Times investigation found. Mr. Gates now concedes an error in judgment. Read more
Though CPU shortages are still an issue for the PC industry, an uptick in business PC demand is helping out a number of firms. Read more
(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. shares closed at a record on Friday as investors looked past a year marked by turmoil from the U.S.-China trade war and uncertain demand for the iPhone, a product that Apple is moving away from, but which remains central to its business.The stock rose 2.7% to $236.21 in New Read more
The US government has ordered 16,000 migrant children, including roughly 500 babies, to wait in Mexico with their families before their asylum hearings, a Reuters analysis of government data found. The children, whose numbers have not been previously reported, are among tens of thousands of migrants returned to Mexico under a Trump administration policy known as the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP). Most of the migrants are from Guatemala, Honduras, or El Salvador. At the US-Mexico border they have been living in high-crime cities, in overcrowded shelters or even on the streets. Trump administration officials have said their policy is intended to discourage migrant families from making dangerous journeys to the US, often in the hands of human smugglers, which they say needlessly put children at risk. It's also part of President Donald Trump's ongoing efforts to reduce immigration to the US. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Since January, the US government has ordered 16,000 migrants under 18, including more than 500 infants, to wait with their families in Mexico for US immigration court hearings, a Reuters analysis of government data found. Read more
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Apple, Microsoft, Garmin, Cirrus Logic and Synopsys Read more
Amazon.com Inc.'s stock surged 1.6% in morning trading Friday, to bounce back after falling in the previous session while its large-capitalization technology peers rose as a bearish "death cross" chart pattern appeared. On Thursday, the stock's 50-day moving average (DMA) crossed ( below the 200-DMA. Many chart watchers believe that pattern, known as a death cross, marks the spot a shorter-term pullback transitions to a longer-term downtrend. The 50-DMA is currently at $1,782.02 and the 200-DMA is at $1,787.71, according to FactSet. The last death cross that appeared was on Dec. 12, after the stock had already lost 18% from the Sept. 4, 2018 record close of $2,039.51. The stock fell another 19% in 8 sessions before bottoming. Amazon's stock had slipped 0.1% on Thursday, while shares of Apple Inc. had climbed 1.4%, Microsoft Corp. rose 0.6% and Google-parent Alphabet Inc. gained 0.6%, while the S&P 500 had tacked on 0.6%. The 50-DMAs of Microsoft, Apple and Alphabet shares are still well above the 200-DMAs. Read more
If your Xbox One won't turn on, first check the power cable connection points at the console and wall outlet, and test the outlet with another electrical device to ensure it isn't the problem. A quick power reset is usually all that's needed to get an unresponsive Xbox One console working, and with an Xbox One S and X , a reset is as simple as unplugging the console for a few seconds. If you have an Xbox One Original, the power supply is external, and the power reset requires different steps. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . So, your Xbox One console won't turn on? Well, that's that. Throw it away and grab a book. Either that, or you can troubleshoot the problem and get the system working again. Check out the products mentioned in this article: Xbox One X (From $499.99 at Best Buy) Xbox One S (From $249.99 at Best Buy) AstroAI Digital Multimeter (From $9.24 on Amazon) How to check your Xbox One's power supply 1. An unresponsive Xbox One usually involves an issue with the power supply. Read more
You can set a print area in Google Sheets to print selected cells or sheets. Google Sheets is part of the Google suite of online office programs. It's a spreadsheet program similar to Microsoft 's "Excel" or OpenOffice "Calc." The print area is how much of your spreadsheet will be printed, and in what way. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . You can change the print area of Sheets in one of two ways — by printing only certain cells, or by changing the layout on the page. Here's how to do both. How to print selected cells in Google Sheets 1. Open the Sheets document you wish to print. 2. Highlight the cells you want to print. 3. Hit Ctrl + P on a PC, or Command + P on a Mac, or go to File, then select Print at the very bottom of the list. 4. In Print options, choose "selected cells." 5. This will only print the highlighted region of the current sheet. Highlighting cells across sheets will not group them together. How to change the print layout in Google Sheets 1. You can use the same option as above to choose to print only one sheet, or all sheets in the document. Read more
Wedbush says market-share gains for Azure can help the stock to keep rallying. Read more
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Microsoft, Royal Dutch, IBM, Thermo Fisher and American Tower Read more
Dell's later XPS 15 9570 laptop has an option for a 4K OLED screen. It's the type of screen you'd find on ultra-high-end TVs and smartphones , and few laptops have OLED screens available. The screen makes everything you do on the laptop look gorgeous, but it's only available on the $1,850 XPS 15 model that comes with Intel's 9th-generation Core i7 chip or the $2,550 Core i9 model. That might seem expensive, but it's a bargain compared to Apple's $2,400 MacBook Pro that comes with almost identical specs. While I used the $2,550 model for the review, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone except a professional who needs the power of the Core i9 processor. Otherwise, I can handily recommend the Core i7 model that comes with an OLED screen and starts at $1,850. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. When I first caught wind of a laptop with an OLED screen, I jumped on the chance to try it. There are few laptops that come with OLED screens — the pinnacle of TV and smartphone screen technology with the richest colors and supreme contrast that makes everything pop. Read more
Apple has historically been seen as the gold standard of cybersecurity. Two recent hacks may have changed that perception, and Apple is now a top target for hackers. Future cyberattacks are likely to target iPhone and Mac users thanks to the global reach of Apple's proprietary software. Previously, hackers were most likely to prey on Microsoft and its Windows operating system. Apple could be next. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For years, Apple was seen as the gold standard of cybersecurity, and its apps and operating systems were thought to be impenetrable. Two high-profile hacks in 2019 may have shattered that conception. Last spring, hackers used a vulnerability in the messaging app WhatsApp to install malware on smartphones, including iPhones. The hack took over users' phones after they accepted phone calls from hackers through WhatsApp, the Financial Times first reported in May . Then an even more explosive Apple hack surfaced: Google researchers revealed in August that a massive iPhone hack may have targeted Uighur Muslims in China. Read more
The second edition of Empower will be conducted from October 14 to 17 at I-TEC, IIT Delhi- Sonepat. Read more
Futures swung in wild fashion amid shifting China trade news. Microsoft and Nvidia flash bullish signs. Read more

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