Amazon, Tesla, Netflix, Facebook, Google and Twitter stocks dropped this week

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It’s been a bad week to be a tech company.

Major tech stocks are down this week. Amazon, Tesla, Netflix Facebook, Google and Twitter have all taken a dive for various reasons.

Tesla plummeted 15 percent after the National Transportation Safety Board announced it was investigating a fatal crash that happened on March 23 in California. It is not yet known if the vehicle was operating in Tesla’s autonomous mode, which led to a fatal crash in 2016.

Amazon is down 5 percent after a report said that President Trump has a “deep-seated antipathy toward Amazon” and might want the e-commerce giant to pay more in taxes, or find a way to break it up.

Facebook’s stock is at an eight-month low after the Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandal, which could lead to regulation of the social network. At least three different congressional committees have asked CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify on how Facebook protects user data.

Twitter’s stock is down about 8 percent this week for several reasons, including the prospect that Twitter might also be summoned to Washington about its data practices. Short seller Citron Research said Tuesday it was concerned with how important Twitter’s data licensing business, Gnip, is to its bottom line.

Netflix and Google are also down, 5 percent and 1 percent, respectively.

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Has Apple Dropped the Ball on Siri?

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If you’ve ever used Siri, then you’ll know she’s not exactly the sharpest tool in Cupertino’s otherwise innovative tool-shed. Sure, Siri can handle some voice recognition tasks with ease, and Apple has repeatedly issued updates which have dramatically improved her overall capabilities — adding new features and integrating the voice assistant platform into a range […]
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Sony on why it dropped the headphone jack: the other kids were doing it

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Sony dropped the headphone jack from the Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact. Here’s their rational: Why did you remove the headphone jack on XZ2 and XZ2 Compact? This is part of the shift to our new Ambient Flow design language. In order to create the beautiful seamless design, our designers needed to remove the headphone jack. Plus, we’re aware of the major market trend toward wireless headphones over wired headphones. Now, we don’t mean to sound bitter, but this paints Sony as a trend follower, not a trend setter. To be fair, the HTC U11 and U11+ don’t have headphones jack either and…

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Samsung Has Dropped The Plan To Add In-Display Fingerprint Reader To Galaxy Note 9 [Report]

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In-display fingerprint sensor for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is reportedly being dropped by the company. Here are the details.

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The DJI Mavic Pro drone just dropped to its lowest price ever

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The gold standard of personal drones, DJI’s Mavic Pro, has dropped to just $ 769. That’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen, beating last year’s Black Friday sale of $ 815. The MSRP for the Mavic Pro is $ 999, which makes this deal a 23-percent discount.

When it was released in 2016, The Verge gave Mavic Pro a 9.5 score, saying it “has all the range, battery life, and advanced features of larger drones” while small enough to fit in a jacket pocket. It’s more powerful than last year’s Spark (also on sale at Amazon for $ 339, down from the already discounted $ 399) and more portable than DJI’s flagship quadcopter series, Phantom. (The latest edition, Phantom 4 Pro, retails for $ 1499.)

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Google Photos v3.14 may have dropped support for Jelly Bean, prepares to launch Favorites, teases Austin’s Mysteryer feature [APK Teardown]

Version 3.14 of Google Photos just started rolling out a little earlier today. This one doesn’t appear to have any new features or major changes, but it might possibly be leaving behind some older versions of Android. This update could also be preparing to launch the Favorites feature spotted in a previous teardown. Looking further into the APK’s resources, there are also signs of more options related to Shared Libraries. And finally, Austin’s Mysteryer feature takes yet another turn.

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Consumers dropped $200 million on apps on Christmas, up 12 percent from last year

 Consumers spent $ 196 million on apps, in-app purchases and subscriptions on Christmas Day 2017 across the App Store and Google Play, according to new data from Sensor Tower. The report, while excluding Android revenue in China, represents a 12.3 percent increase over last year’s spending of approximately $ 174 million. That speaks to a still-growing market for apps and games as well as… Read More
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The Pixel C has been dropped from the Google Store

Google started selling the Pixel C about two years ago as an Android flagship tablet. The price was high, but it was a good Android tablet. Well, as good as Android tablets could be. Google’s commitment to Android on tablets wasn’t strong even then, and now the Pixel C is gone from the Google Store—the listing page redirects you to the Pixelbook. A moment of silence, please.

The Pixel C was an odd device.

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HTC Vive dropped its Google Daydream headset to focus on China

Throughout the Vive Focus event today, HTC never once referred to the headset as a Daydream VR device, which was a little odd given how it was first teased as one of the two standalone Daydream devices back at Google I/O. Then came this baffling stat…
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