Tech 5 April 2018

Cramer: Zuckerberg just blunted his worst critics by taking responsibility for data scandal

"I think the long knives are kind of losing," Jim Cramer says.

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Wall Street's Tom Lee predicts 'massive outflow' from cryptocurrencies ahead of tax day

U.S. households likely owe $25 billion in capital gains taxes for their cryptocurrency holdings, resulting in "massive" selling of the digital currencies into U.S. dollars by the mid-April tax filing deadline, one Wall Street analyst said.

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Twitter has suspended more than 1.1 million terrorism-related accounts since late 2015

Twitter suspended more than 1.1 million accounts that were promoting terrorism over a two-year stretch, Recode reports.

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Virgin Galactic will on Thursday attempt its first powered rocket flight since 2014 fatal crash

Virgin Galactic is preparing for the first powered flight of its spacecraft Unity on Thursday, CNBC has learned.

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Microsoft is letting the firms it partners with keep the rights to their tech

Microsoft is letting firms it works with on joint ventures keep patent and design rights for the technology it collaborates on.

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Here's how to find your lost phone

Here's how to find your lost iPhone or Android phone, and how to wipe it, ring it, or see its last location on a map.

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Spotify jumps after analyst calls the music streaming service one of the best deals on the internet

The firm is forecasting the company would double its user base and paying subscribers and see a profit by 2021.

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Cyberattack shows vulnerability of gas pipeline network

A cyberattack forced four natural-gas pipeline operators to temporarily shut down computer communications with their customers. NYT reports.

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Trump tweets fifth Amazon attack in a week, repeats false 'lobbyist' claim about Washington Post

This time, he says: "The Fake News Washington Post, Amazon's 'chief lobbyist,' has another (of many) phony headlines."

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Apple will give $100 billion more back to shareholders because of the tax cut: Citigroup

Citi Research reiterates its buy rating for Apple shares.

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Facebook shares jump after Zuckerberg says data scandal has had no 'meaningful impact'

Facebook gains more than 3 percent in the premarket after Zuckerberg said he had not seen a change in user behavior.

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Massachusetts can sue Equifax over data breach, judge rules

Massachusetts can move forward with a lawsuit accusing Equifax of failing to safeguard its databases or provide prompt notice of a breach that exposed the personal data of 147 million people, a state court judge has ruled.

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Bitcoin is 'worthless' and will perform worse than stocks in the coming months, analyst says

"Bitcoin's correlation with equity prices ... will be just temporary," Capital Economics said.

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Why China could get hurt more from a trade war in the tech sector

U.S. firms could shift their manufacturing operations stateside, resulting in Chinese job losses, an investor said.

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Italy will reportedly buy into Telecom Italia to shield strategic interests

State lender CDP intends to start buying Telecom Italia shares immediately, sources told Reuters.

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FANG stocks are in 'fairyland' and any bounce back could be 'fragile,' analyst warns

FANG stocks are "egregiously" overvalued, Paul Gambles, managing director of MBMG Group said.

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Kremlin accuses Facebook of censorship

The Kremlin on Thursday said Facebook's removal of accounts controlled by various Russian media was a hostile move that smacked of censorship.

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Sears Holding, Delta Air hit by customer data breach at tech firm

Department store chain Sears Holding Corp and Delta Air Lines Inc said on Wednesday some of their customer payment information may have been exposed in a cybersecurity breach.

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