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  • A financial intelligence unit within the Treasury Department has agreed in principle to turn over financial records related to President Donald Trump and associates, NBC News confirmed Friday, citing a person close to the Senate Intelligence Committee. The committee’s bipartisan investigation into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election is also looking into whether there was collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign. CNBC and NBC News first reported on Wednesday that the committee requested
    Treasury's financial intel unit to turn over financial records to Senate for Trump-Russia probe

  • Wall Street might be a little too confident in President Donald Trump’s ability to get tax reform done in the near term, analysts at Goldman Sachs said this week. Goldman noted policy uncertainty is growing as the Republican-led Congress tries to tackle a number of issues, including tax reform, with the House being in session for just 39 days before the August recess. But Wall Street has only received scant clues about what tax reform in the Trump era would look like and how it would be implemen
    Goldman is starting to get worried Wall Street is acting too calm about Trump

  • Hospitals and doctors’ surgeries across England were forced to turn away patients and cancel appointments on Friday after a nationwide ‘ransomware’ cyber attack crippled some computer systems in the state-run health service. The National Health Service (NHS) said 16 organizations had been affected by the cyber attack but said it had not been specifically targeted. Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre, part of the GCHQ spy agency, said it was aware of a cyber incident and was working with NHS
    English hospitals divert ambulances after 'ransomware' cyber attack

  • And the habit among its original users to share only a little about themselves, only briefly and not with everyone, may act as a brake on revenue growth as the app looks to go mainstream. Spiegel was asked several times on a conference call to discuss the company’s disappointing first-quarter numbers and what Snapchat could do to add more users. That comment was lost a bit amid the buzz about his response to a later question about whether he was “afraid of Facebook.” If enough of its users still
    Snapchat can't escape its ephemeral roots, and that may hamper user growth

  • When you enable the Echo’s calling and messaging features, Amazon accesses your contacts list to determine who else has an Echo device in their home. Amazon wants Alexa calling and messaging to gain popularity, so it’s taking a broad approach to populate that list quickly. And it’s not a two-way handshake; if someone has your phone number, they can reach you — even if that person isn’t in your contacts list. This FAQ page currently says that “Amazon Customer Service is not able to see or review
    Amazon’s Echo calling doesn’t let you block people

  • T-Mobile has a current market value of $54 billion compared with Sprint’s $32 billion, according to FactSet. Given the size of the companies a merger between the two wireless carriers would be the largest deal of the year. Johnson & Johnson’s $31.4 billion acquisition of Actelion in January was the biggest deal so far in 2017, according to Dealogic data. “The deal will face huge regulatory scrutiny, and previous talks for Sprint to buy T-Mobile fell through in 2014 because of regulatory concerns
    Red-hot telecom deal market about to get even hotter with reported Sprint, T-Mobile tie-up talks

  • Reuters reported that employees of Britain’s National Health Service were warned about the ransomware threat earlier on Friday. Britain’s health’s secretary, Jeremy Hunt, was briefed by cybersecurity experts, while Prime Minister Theresa May’s office said she was monitoring the situation. The attack on the National Health Service seemed perhaps the most audacious of the attacks, because it had life-or-death implications for hospitals and ambulance services. The service’s digital arm said in a st
    Cyberattacks in 12 nations said to use leaked NSA hacking tool

  • Oppenheimer analyst Andrew Uerkwitz, who covers Corning, believes Apple is developing wireless charging technology for the next generation of iPhones, as has been previously suggested by other analysts. “Metal can interfere with wireless charging technology,” he told CNBC. “That means you need glass on the back of the phone, but glass that won’t break. Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights has a different take: He thinks the investment is for Apple’s rumored augmented reality glasses. Moorhead also
    Apple's big Corning investment hints at wireless charging and AR plans

  • He called the company “the ultimate A.I. company” and “the ultimate start-up,” applauding the e-commerce colossus for knowing what people will need before they need it. To further prove Cuban’s point, Cramer turned to retailer Nordstrom’s Thursday post-earnings conference call. And while Cuban did not put Apple in the same class as the rest, Cramer noted that the investment guru did not make an argument against it. Mad Money Twitter – Jim Cramer Twitter – Facebook – Instagram – VineQuestions, co
    Cramer: Why Mark Cuban is totally right about the top tech stocks

  • “What we’re really about is helping people see and understand data, and then eventually taking action based on that,” Selipsky told Cramer on Friday. “With Tableau, everybody can pull from the same data sources, can share views of their data. Cramer also spoke with Joe Kiani, the chairman and CEO of medical device maker Masimo Corporation, on Friday to discuss his company and a recent reporting error that caused its stock to unjustly tank. They took the top three to five countries where a millio
    Cramer Remix: This retail stock could be immune to Amazon

  • Dan Loeb’s Third Point exited its position in Apple and bought shares of Snap and Hewlett Packard Enterprise in the first quarter, according to a SEC filing Friday. The hedge fund also added positions in T-Mobile, Salesforce.com, Qualcomm, Celanese and Pioneer Natural Resources. Third Point closed positions in Molson Coors Brewing, Union Pacific, and a small stake in Goldman Sachs, among others. However, traders are increasingly worried that tax reform may be delayed. Information technology has
    Activist investor Loeb exits Apple stake, buys into Snap and HPE: Filing

  • As similar widespread ransomware attacks were reported in Spain, Romania and elsewhere, experts warned that online extortion attempts by hackers are a growing menace. Spain, meanwhile, activated a special protocol to protect critical infrastructure in response to the “massive infection” of personal and corporate computers in ransomware attacks. The Spanish government said several companies had been targeted in ransomware cyberattack that affected the Windows operating system of employees’ comput
    Global extortion cyberattack hits dozens of nations

  • Microsoft said on Friday its engineers had added detection and protection against a ransomware attack that had disrupted hospitals in England and infected computers in dozens of other countries around the world. “Today our engineers added detection and protection against new malicious software known as Ransom:Win32.WannaCrypt,” a Microsoft spokesman said in a statement. It said the company was working with its customers to provide additional assistance.
    Microsoft says it added detection, protection against global cyberattack

  • Facebook is becoming “more and more like Twitter than it is like Snapchat,” former Yahoo interim CEO Ross Levinsohn told CNBC on Friday. “I go to Facebook, and I’m seeing more and more fake news, it’s really heavy, heavy politics,” he said. The media executive, who is bullish on Snap, said he doesn’t even want to put Snapchat into the social media category. “I think it’s a communications platform and I think it’s a creative platform,” he said. “I think Evan and team are creating the most unique
    Facebook is becoming more like Twitter than Snapchat, says former Yahoo CEO

  • I tried to use the Samsung Galaxy S8 as my work computer. Samsung is offering a $150 accessory called the DeX Station that plugs your smartphone into a monitor, a keyboard and a mouse. The idea is that you can leave your laptop behind and use the DeX dock with your smartphone instead. Microsoft made a similar attempt a couple of years ago with Windows Phone 10 and a feature called “Continuum” that ultimately flopped. To find out, I decided to write this entire experience and review of the DeX St
    Samsung Galaxy S8 DeX Station review

  • Investors should buy Chemours because earnings will top expectations next year from rising demand for its air conditioner chemicals, according to JPMorgan, which raised its rating on the company to overweight from neutral. “The simple and broad outline of the investment case for Chemours is that the company has a proprietary set of very profitable newer generation refrigerants with patent lives extending to 2022 with excellent growth potential,” analyst Jeffrey Zekauskas wrote in a note to clien
    JPMorgan says this chemical stock, which has quadrupled, will keep rising

  • It includes deep discounts on some highly rated games, as well as some aggressive discounts on previously free PlayStation Plus titles you may have missed. Also on sale is last year’s Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, which is half off its already discounted list price of $19.99. Also included in the sale is No Man’s Sky, available 60 percent off at $23.99. Rounding out the sale are a few titles that were previously included in the PlayStation Plus program for free, and now heavily discounted. The sale, w
    PlayStation Store has great deals on Doom, Mirror’s Edge, No Man’s Sky and XCOM 2

  • I’ll be honest: This version of Touch the Skyrim is going to be our most self-serving yet. Every atom of my being is aching for a new Animal Crossing game, but with little hope on the horizon, I’ve had to take matters into my own hands. How accurately can Nick and I recreate Nintendo’s charming life sim series inside of Bethesda’s fantasy murder festival? You can … probably guess by this point, right?
    Touch the Skyrim: Making the perfect Animal Crossing experience

  • Nintendo fans are used to the company’s collectibles going in and out of stock quickly. But with Nintendo both locking certain content inside the figures and selling them in limited quantities, it’s not surprising that many fans have taken amiibo production into their own hands. “Nintendo right now doesn’t have a console on the market here[, so] everyone gets their Nintendo products via import.”Taobao, an online auction site similar to eBay, is chockfull of these homemade amiibo cards. As Daniel
    With real amiibo hard to find, Nintendo fans are making and selling their own

  • Mario Tennis Open (Nintendo 3DS, 2012)Allegra: We’re both big fans of Mario Tennis games, which makes this basic-ass intro especially disappointing. Mario Tennis: Power Tour (Game Boy Advance, 2005)Allegra: The Mario Tennis series has a way of shoehorning original characters into things, which I’m totally amenable to. But Mario Tennis: Power Tour fails to properly introduce them into the overarching Mario canon in a way that generates further interest in getting to know them. Allegra: Mario Tenn
    Every Mario sports game intro, ranked


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