16 Best Stocks in the Stock Market Thursday: Roku Rises

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16 Best Stocks in the Stock Market Thursday: Roku Rises


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16 Best Stocks in the Stock Market Thursday: Roku Rises

Here are the best stocks in the stock market Thursday by their performance in percentage change at the close of trading on Nov. 19. The stocks selected must be a greater than $20 share price.

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1. Sonos INC SONO | Increased +29.84%

Sonos shares jumped on Thursday after the maker of smart speakers and other audio equipment reported strong fiscal-fourth-quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates.

2. Bilibili Inc BILI | Increased +22.17%

Bilibili reported earnings Thursday with a third-quarter loss that beat analyst estimates. Shares of the Chinese video-sharing company have been rising throughout 2020.

3. Jumia Technologies JMIA | Increased +18.37%

Jumia Technologies JMIA recently reported weak

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Seattle Seahawks’ deep dive into analytics starts with a ‘data lake’ built by Amazon Web Services

It’s trendy these days to turn to sports data analytics for a deep dive into how a team is set up to compete and what metrics make the most sense for how players perform in a game. For the Seattle Seahawks, that dive starts with a “data lake” built with Amazon Web Services.



a crowd of people watching a baseball game: Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. (GeekWire File Photo / Kevin Lisota)


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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. (GeekWire File Photo / Kevin Lisota)

A data lake is a “centralized repository that allows organizations to store, govern, discover, and share all of their structured and unstructured data at any scale,” says Werner Vogels, chief technology officer at Amazon and author of a new blog post that should make any football fan geek out far beyond the X’s and O’s of conventional analytics.

Amazon expanded its partnership with the NFL when it secured a deal with the Seahawks last year to become the team’s official cloud services

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AMD CEO Lisa Su gets chip industry’s highest honor

Advanced Micro Devices CEO Lisa Su has received the chip industry’s highest honor as the 2020 recipient of the Robert N. Noyce Award.

The Semiconductor Industry Association, the chip industry lobbying group, gave her the award in an online ceremony today. Normally, the event takes place in San Jose, California, and has about 1,000 attendees.

Su’s award represents the first time the award has gone to a woman since it was started in 1991.

“It’s an incredible privilege to be part of this industry,” said Su. “I actually fell in love with semiconductors in my first year at MIT. My first job was doing grunt work in a semiconductor lab. If you look at this year, what is resoundingly clear is that technology is becoming even more important.”

The SIA presents the Noyce Award annually in recognition of a leader who has made outstanding contributions to the semiconductor industry in

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IIDA and Interior Design Announce DesignUnity

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Interior Design and IIDA are pleased to announce DesignUnity, a partnership championing racial equity, diversity, and inclusion in design.

DesignUnity will launch on December 4, 2020, with virtual programming dedicated to fostering open dialogue about the role of design in addressing social justice issues and the lack of diversity and representation within the field of interior design, architecture, and the design industry at large.

“In a profession that is predicated on maximizing and expanding the human experience, it is imperative that as an industry we fully recognize that equity, justice, humanity, and dignity are fundamental and indispensable to the practice of design,” said IIDA Executive Vice President and CEO Cheryl S. Durst, Hon. FIIDA. “I’m looking forward to partnering with Cindy Allen and the Interior Design community to help facilitate these important conversations and drive change through the DesignUnity

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Computer Vision Market Report 2020 Industry Trends, Share and Size, Complete Data Analysis across the Region and Globe

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The Computer Vision Market is estimated to record a significant growth throughout the forecast period. The ICT sector constitutes 4.8% of the European economy. Europe’s organization ERDF i.e. European Regional Development Fund has allotted approximately USD 23 billion for investments related to ICT during the funding period 2014-2020. ICT refers to the communication technologies including the internet, wireless networks, social networking, cell phones, video-conferencing, computers, software, and other media applications and services enabling users to access, retrieve, and manipulate information in a digital form.

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The computer vision technology landscape continues to undergo relentless transformation, concurrently creating new application opportunities. In 2017, the global market for computer vision stood at over USD 9,200 Mn and is expected to surpass a valuation of USD 48,300 Mn by 2023, reflecting a steady growth.

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Uber Shops For Self-Driving Partners Or Even Selling Its Project

Reports in the last two weeks have suggested the Uber
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is looking to bring in external partners for their “advanced technology group” or even selling it outright to Aurora, a leading startup. Uber ATG is one of the most unusual — and certainly most controversial — self-driving teams. Strangely, Uber is the company best poised to monetize robocar technology, but also in some ways the one for which ownership of the technology is least essential.

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick felt it was essential. Uber is in the business of selling rides (AB5 debate notwithstanding) and many people feel that the business of selling rides will be taken over by the robotaxi. As such it is indeed essential that Uber be on top of that transition. That’s why he started the ATG project, feeling that Uber must own that tech.

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GM’s electric vehicle ambitions tied to software, digital transformation

General Motors is launching 30 new electric vehicles through 2025 via its Ultium battery platform, but the story and ultimate success revolves around applications and customer experiences.

Simply put, GM’s EV-centric strategy is closely linked to its digital transformation. Like Ford, GM is looking to deliver profits via ongoing customer relationships and digital experiences.

And GM is putting its money behind the EV ambition. GM will spend more than $27 billion in related EV spending and hire 3,000 electrical system, infotainment software and controls engineers, plus developers for Java, Android, iOS and other platforms. GM has 20,000 software and electrical engineers today.

The additional 3,000 engineers and IT workers will be added through the first quarter of 2021. 

“To drive and guide our profitability moving forward, our growth strategy is a 360-degree view of the business designed around delivering world-class customer interactions. This strategy is the compass for every business

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GeForce Now cloud gaming service is now available as a web app for iPhone and iPad

Cutting corners: The App Store is still a hostile place for cloud gaming platforms, but things seem to be taking a positive turn. Nvidia’s GeForce Now is now accessible through Safari on iOS, and it won’t be long before Microsoft’s xCloud will be available there as well.

Rumors had been circling around that Nvidia was working on a GeForce Now browser client that would allow Fortnite players to experience the game on iOS devices, and give Epic the chance to bypass the App Store entirely.

Today, Nvidia announced it would join other cloud gaming providers such as Microsoft and Amazon in going the web app route to avoid Apple’s strict App Store guidelines that look increasingly like a weapon to wield against competitors as opposed to protecting users.

And that’s not an understatement. It’s how a former App Store exec described it in a testimony for the House antitrust subcommittee,

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Apple and Verizon Debut ‘5G Fleet Swap’ Enterprise iPhone Trade-In Program

Verizon today announced the launch of the “5G Fleet Swap,” a new program that’s designed to allow enterprise customers to trade in their entire fleet of smartphones and upgrade to an iPhone 12 for zero upfront cost.

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After the transition, the iPhones used by each business will have zero cost (for the ‌iPhone 12‌ mini) or a low monthly cost.

Customers can choose to trade in smartphones from Verizon or any other carrier and upgrade to any iPhone in the ‌iPhone 12‌ lineup. The program will make it easier for businesses to make the transition from 4G to 5G.

“The ‌iPhone 12‌ lineup is the best for business, with an all-new design, advanced 5G experience, industry-leading security and A14 Bionic, the fastest chip ever in a smartphone,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Markets, Apps and Services. “Paired with Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband going indoors and 5G Fleet Swap,

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Facebook sues Turkish software developer who ran 20+ Instagram clone sites

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Social media giant Facebook filed a civil lawsuit today against a Turkish national for operating a network of at least 20 Instagram clones.

According to court documents obtained by ZDNet, Facebook claims that defendant Ensar Sahinturk, a software developer based in Istanbul, used automation software running from thousands of Instagram accounts to scrape data from more than 100,000 Instagram profiles, which he later republished on his own sites.

Described as “Instagram viewers,” Sahinturk operated at least 20 clone sites where he listed Instagram photos and made a profit by showing his own ads.

Domains operated by Sahinturk included jolygram.com, imggram.com, imggram.net, finalgram.com, pikdo.net, and ingram.ws, according to court filings.

The earliest domains were created in August 2017, and many of the sites are still active today.

Facebook said it tried to avoid litigation by sending multiple cease & desist letters to Sahinturk in early 2019, but to no avail.

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