Hopeful Signs For Apple As Earnings Loom; These Tech Leaders Go On Wild Rides: S&P 500 Futures

Futures for the S amp P 500 index and Nasdaq 100 were mixed vs fair value early Thursday Alibaba BABA fell 3 as the Chinese e commerce giant fell shy of earnings estimates Apple AAPL reports later tonight along with Amazon AMZN and Google
Source: NASDAQ

PSA: Uber update seemingly disables Apple Maps extensions, Siri integration

Uber’s latest iOS app update, released on Jan. 22, appears to have disabled compatibility with Apple Maps extensions, meaning users looking to hail rides within Apple’s mapping app are out of luck until the issue is resolved.
Source: macinsider

Slack is latest major service to drop standalone Apple Watch app

Enterprise messaging platform Slack updated its iOS app on Wednesday and in doing so announced the deprecation of its standalone Apple Watch app, marking the latest major service to dump Apple’s wrist-bound wearable.
Source: macinsider

Nintendo developing mobile 'Mario Kart Tour' game for release in 2019

Nintendo on Wednesday announced it is currently developing a mobile installment “Mario Kart” set to debut in fiscal 2019, a release that will bring the company’s immensely popular racing franchise to iOS for the first time.
Source: macinsider

Apple Earnings: What to Expect Tomorrow

Tomorrow after the close Apple NASDAQ AAPL will report fiscal first quarter earnings for the all important holiday shopping season We re talking about the quarter in which the company launched its iPhone X the new 1 000 flagship packed with 3D sensing and facial
Source: NASDAQ

Stocks Edge Up, Nasdaq Up 7.4% In January; Will Large Caps Keep Leading?

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Apple ceases code signing for older iOS versions following iOS 11.2.5 release

Apple on Wednesday stopped signing iOS 11.2,11.2.1 and 11.2.2 following last week’s release of iOS 11.2.5, ensuring iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch owners are running the latest version of the mobile operating system.
Source: macinsider

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