Shares of BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) gained 0.84% to $7.23 on Friday. The company offered net profit margin of -9.60% while its gross profit margin was 45.60%. ROE was recorded as -6.10%. The share price is trading in a range of 7.12 – 7.29 (Price in Dollars). The stock exchanged hands with 3.01M shares contrast to its average daily volume of 3.82M shares. The company employs 4534 people, over the last 12 months has generated revenue of $2.16B and has a net income of $-208.00M. BlackBerry Limited (BlackBerry) is a provider of mobile communications and services. The Company is engaged mainly in the provision of the BlackBerry wireless solution, consisting of smartphones, service and software. According to YIBADA English, PayPal has officially shut down their mobile apps for the Fire OS from Amazon, BlackBerry and Windows Phone in order to focus on their Android and iOS users.
The official end of support for the PayPal app on the said mobile operating systems ends on June 30. There wasn’t any clear explanation as to why the company decided to axe the apps on the different OS.
PayPal VP of consumer product Joanna Lambert said in an official blog: “It was a difficult decision to no longer support the PayPal app on these mobile platforms. But we believe it’s the right thing to ensure we are investing our resources in creating the very best experiences for our customers.”
Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) shares surged about 1.18% to $732.66 at Friday in New York trading. Shares of company were moving above of 50 days simple moving average with 0.73% while 200 days simple moving average with 4.32%. In the liquidity ratio analysis; debt to equity ratio was 0.00. The company has the institutional ownership of 73.10 percent while the Beta factor was 0.00. Alphabet Inc, as of current trade, has shown weekly upbeat performance of 3.23 percent which was maintained at 6.03 percent in 1-month period. According to Forbes, Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) may soon offer unlimited uncompressed photo and 4K video storage for free – as long as you’re using a Nexus device.
According to sleuths over at Android Police, the most recent version of Google’s free photo sharing app contains text hinting strongly that those using Nexus devices will no-longer be limited to 16 megapixel or 1080p video uploads before their media become automatically downsized.
Users wishing to upload high resolution images or video in it’s original quality presently have to subscribe to one of Google’s paid storage plans if they exceed the 15GB of free storage presently offered. This presently stands at $9.99 per month for 1TB Forbes Report