Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund (NYSEARCA:XLK) Stock Rating Upgraded by Truist Financial

Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund (NYSEARCA:XLK) Stock Rating Upgraded by Truist Financial
Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund (NYSEARCA:XLK – Get Rating) was upgraded by stock analysts at Truist Financial from an “underweight” rating to a “neutral” rating in a research note issued on Thursday, The Fly reports. Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund Price Performance Shares of XLK opened at $137.22 on Thursday. Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund has a one year low of $122.46 and a one year high of $177.04. The stock has a 50-day moving average price of $132.75 and a 200 day moving average price of $145.97. Hedge Funds Weigh In On Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund A number of hedge funds have recently modified their holdings of XLK. Rinkey Investments bought a new position in shares of Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund in the fourth quarter worth about $25,000. Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd Zurich bought a new position in ...

“Security officer” in the Digital Economy Era, the Next Block-Chain Technology Outlet

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Singapore, Singapore--(Newsfile Corp. - May 31, 2021) - Nowadays, public and personal privacy disclosure happen from time to time. However, the "big data era" will never become the "infringement era", and the relevant parties are speeding up relevant actionsGovernment concerns"2021 Private Computing Industry Research Report" from KPMG shows that private computing is driven by the dual needs of big data fusion and privacy protection. The Chinese market will develop rapidly. After three years, technical service revenue is expected to reach RMB 10-20 billion. It will even grow into a $100 billion market.Obviously, China will not miss this huge market, just like seizing the opportunity of mobile Internet ten years ago. The Chinese government takes the lead in establishing a government-enterprise alliance, which focuses on industry application...

Old, obsolete gadgets piling up? Here are 5 easy ways to get rid of them responsibly

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It’s a little too easy to get excited about new tech, and it can take some willpower to stop yourself from buying the latest gadgets. While there’s no harm in getting swayed by shiny new things, there’s a downside to this obsession– e-waste. E-waste refers to discarded electronic equipment accumulating in landfills without being properly recycled. As per studies, India is now the third largest e-waste generator in the world, behind the US and China.In India, it’s quite common to hand over old things to the local scrap dealer who is always ready to pay for them. We however ignore what happens to these products once they leave our doorsteps. Without proper recycling, these electronics take up precious space in landfills and pose a risk to the environment. To minimize the risk, here’s how you can be creative in reusing your old devices or...

6 Worst Wearable Tech Gadgets That Failed

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Nowadays, when you hear the term “wearables”, you probably think of smartwatches like the Apple Watch, fitness trackers, and VR headsets like the Oculus Rift. However, these gadgets didn’t just appear out of the ether. Several other devices had to crash and burn so modern wearables could flourish. While the 2010s was the first decade where wearables really took off, these devices actually have a long, storied history. They date all the way back to 17th century China, when scholars invented a tiny wearable abacus—or you know, the world’s first smart ring. Since then, there’s been a lot of trial and error in creating wearable technology that the average person would actually use. But we’re not here to talk about the successes. Some devices just had unlucky timing—revolutionary technologies that were simply ahead of their time. Others...

‘Passing of torch’ in quantum computing race as Toronto’s Xanadu raises $100-million from Bessemer, CIA, Jeff Skoll

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Christian Weedbrook, founder of the quantum technologies company, Xanadu, listens in as Varun Vaidya, left, discusses the working principle of one of the building blocks of quantum computers, at their office in Toronto on June 20, 2019. Tijana Martin/The Globe and Mail Toronto startup Xanadu Quantum Technologies Inc. has raised US$100-million led by U.S. venture capital giant Bessemer Venture Partners as competition intensifies to bring quantum computers to market. The financing, first reported by The Globe and Mail this month, is also backed by Canadian billionaire Jeff Skoll’s Capricorn Investment Group and U.S. investment giant Tiger Global and past investors Georgian, OMERS Ventures and U.S. venture capitalist Tim Draper. The funding values Xanadu at US$400-million post-transaction. Notably, BDC Capital and In-Q-Tel, the U.S. Central...

Xanadu Lands $100 Million as Investments Pour Into Quantum Computing

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Xanadu Quantum Technologies Inc., which aims to commercialize quantum computing using particles of light, has raised $100 million in new funding as investor interest in the industry heats up.On Tuesday, Xanadu announced a Series B funding led by Bessemer Venture Partners, one of Silicon Valley’s oldest such firms. Funding to date for the five-year-old company now totals $145 million, said Christian Weedbrook, founder and chief executive of Xanadu. Quantum computing has the potential to solve some problems many millions of times faster than a conventional computer, which is why major technology companies and startups are working to commercialize it using various approaches. Traditional computers store information as either zeros or ones. Quantum computers use quantum bits, or qubits, which represent and...

Edge computing proving to be strategic investment, claims survey

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A hefty number of retailers, 73%, view edge computing as a strategic investment in deploying digital experiences and nearly half, 47%, plan to invest in the technology in less than a year. The technology is emerging as an "integral" aspect in digital applications in both e-commerce and the brick-and-mortar retail environment, according to IDC Research sponsored by Lumen Technologies."Key retail operations rely on real-time or frequent access to data, and edge computing can improve data access speed and performance, as well as maintain data security which is imperative in retail," Leslie Hand, vice president, IDC Retail Insights, said in a press release on the findings. "Edge computing solutions can drive improvements in areas including personalized customer engagement, order management, customer self-service and omnichannel process...

Innovative Gadget Brand Best & First Gives Technology and Innovation a New Platform

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With the ever-increasing need for devices, gadgets, and appliances that can help people carry out their daily tasks winning, innovating gadget brand Best & First has taken on the responsibility of bringing such tools to their platform. Technology and innovation have failed and succeeded throughout history and will continue to do so but never have they ceased to amaze. Technology has paved its way into each and every walk of life making tasks and life easy and efficient and Best and First, is no exception to that. Best and First have many innovative tech gadgets from their brand as well as partnerships with innovative gadget makers. The Best & First website serves as a platform for all such kinds of gadgets that have a hand in making lifestyle easy and execution of everyday tasks simple. At Best and First, innovative gadgets and tools are...

Cloud Based Affective Computing Market by Technology Advancement and Demand 2020-2025

Cloud Based Affective Computing Market by Technology Advancement and Demand
Cloud Based Affective Computing Market by Technology Advancement and Demand 2020-2025 Category: #technology |   By Admin |   Published: 21 minutes ago  |  Product ID: 2765099 |  The Global Cloud Based Affective Computing Market report offers details on current and future growth trends pertaining to the business besides information on numerous regions across the geographical landscape of the Cloud Based Affective Computing Market. The report also expands on complete details regarding the supply and demand analysis, participation by major industry players and market share growth statistics of the business sphere. A complete estimation of sales margin, price, revenue share and gross margin is explained. The sales and marketing channels of Global Cloud Based Affective Computing ...