Today is the 13th anniversary iPhone announcement—easily one of the greatest launch events and moments of technology change in history. What was the "world" like at the time? When something changes the world so much it seems obvious in hindsight. That was not at all the case. 1/ https://t.co/ZR3g7UkWEn
If Apple is going to make a success of its car project, it has to target the $230 billion luxury automobile market, says bloombergopinion’s Alex Webb. Facing high manufacturing and technology costs, Apple is not going to make a mass market car, explains Webb. Instead, it likely needs to be priced north of $100,000, particularly if it has self-driving capabilities that use sophisticated lidar technology. 🔗Click the link in our bio to read more about Apple's car ambitions.
An airport worker sits on the wheel of a parked snow-covered plane while his colleague takes a picture of another coworker lying in the snow at Adolfo Suarez Barajas airport, which suspended flights due to heavy snowfall in Madrid, Spain, January 9, 2021. 📷 Susana Vera #snow #airport #madrid #spain #reuters #reutersphotos
The average age of people who founded high-growth startups is actually 45. https://t.co/F2kzab5usL
How do I handle jealousy and missed opportunities?
There's been an influx of successes and high returns posted in this recent market, and whenever I look at these posts, I tend to get upset about missing these opportunities. My heart sinks whenever I see another post about how someone retired early due to an early TSLA stock or how they paid off their mortgage because of BTC or AMZN or whatever. I want to desperately have an opportunity like that. I've been mildly interested in investing for a while, but I'm a poor 19-year-old university student so I have pretty much no stable income and a severe lack of knowledge in investing. I want to invest now because of these posts, but I know I reasonably shouldn't because I'd be investing with my emotions, I only have around $5,000 in my bank account and no stable income is coming in. How do I handle this FOMO and this jealousy?
😉Not everyone will get this.
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Had a Twitter account that would automatically rebuttal Trumps tweets. I have over 100,000 followers but no idea what to do now.
I started a Twitter account this summer that would automatically give a snarky reply back to anything Trump put out on Twitter. I grew the account to over 100,000 followers quickly and was selling anti Trump and pro democrat shirts, hats, and trinkets. His Twitter just got banned and now my main source of growing this account and business is done. What can I do to continue to monetize this account or is it over? Thanks in advance.
After Twitter suspended the realDonaldTrump account, President Trump shared messages from the official POTUS handle, but Twitter quickly took them down. He sent the same text out as a statement to White House reporters, criticizing Twitter as an opponent of free speech and teasing a potential new platform in the future. Click the link in our bio for more on this story.
Apple threatened to remove social-media service Parler from its App Store if the developer doesn’t make key changes after the app was used to help organize the riots this week at the Capitol in Washington https://t.co/Jk8yDxswiZ
Apple threatens to ban far-right social media platform Parler from its App Store amid complaints it was used to 'plan, coordinate, and facilitate' attempted insurrection https://t.co/rLaKDxCxg1
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Global microchip shortage hits Toyota, Honda, Nissan, German automakers
JUST IN: Three men who allegedly took part in the riots at the U.S. Capitol have been charged in federal court in Washington https://t.co/pcKCdBaDgq
[Report] Goldman Sachs is trying to dump 38M shares of Uber. The sellers are unknown, but Bloomberg points to 9 large holders led by SoftBank Group, Benchmark Capital, Morgan Stanley, FMR, Public Investment Fund and Alphabet.
https://seekingalpha.com/news/3649973-uberminus-4_9-on-reports-of-38m-share-block-offered-goldman?mail_subject=uber-uber-4-9-on-reports-of-38m-share-block-offered-by-goldman&utm_campaign=rta-stock-news&utm_content=link-3&utm_medium=email&utm_source=seeking_alpha Uber (NYSE:UBER) is 4.9% lower after reports that Goldman Sachs has 38M shares on the block for sale. Those are said to be offered at $53.90-$56.13 each - a potential 4% discount to yesterday's close on the low end. The sellers are unknown, but Bloomberg points to nine large holders who own at least 38M shares, led by SoftBank Group (222.2M), Benchmark Capital (150.1M), Morgan Stanley (101.5M), FMR (97.7M), Public Investment Fund (72.8M) and Alphabet (71.1M).