|買盤||263.94 x 1000|
|賣出價||263.62 x 1000|
|今日波幅||262.80 - 274.25|
|52 週波幅||88.09 - 276.57|
|Beta 值 (5 年，每月)||1.20|
|市盈率 (最近 12 個月)||31.49|
|每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)||8.37|
|業績公佈日||2023年7月25日 - 2023年7月31日|
Investors who stuck with growth names during last year's sell-off have been rewarded during 2023's rally.
Harding Loevner, an asset management company, released its “Global Equity Strategy” first-quarter 2023 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. In the first quarter, the strategy returned 6.25% net of fees compared to a 7.44% return for the MSCI All Country World Index and 7.88% for the MSCI World Index. Exposure to […]
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Apple’s Vision Pro headset combines virtual reality and augmented reality for $3,500. WSJ’s Joanna Stern shares her impressions after using the face computer to make 3-D FaceTime calls, watch videos and more. Photo Illustration: Jacob Alexander Nelson for The Wall Street Journal
Apple's new Vision Pro headset is an outrageously impressive piece of technology. But it'll need apps to move beyond that.
Nicola Mendelsohn rose through Meta's ranks while navigating an extraordinary personal challenge: incurable cancer.
Facebook’s all-in pivot to virtual reality in November 2021 has been mocked every which way, from its Martingale capex strategy to its limb deficiency. Meta’s share price rally — up nearly 200 per cent from a November 2021 low — was on AI hype and newfound discipline around costs rather than its creation of a $10bn-a-year digital wasteland, which only ever gets mentioned these days in the context of how much it’s distracting management. Meta’s problem with VR was that people didn’t really want to wear droopy scuba masks.
Apple unveiled its Vision Pro mixed-reality headset at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. WSJ’s Joanna Stern breaks down the hardware specs, the software capabilities and more. Photo: Apple
Apple (AAPL) unveiled its long-awaited mixed reality headset, Apple Vision Pro, at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference 2023 (WWDC).
The head of Meta's global business group was promoted amid Meta's "efficiency" layoffs, its first year-over-year drop in revenue, and a grim economy for advertisers. Can she turn things around?
Virtual reality start-ups have pinned their hopes on Apple’s longed-for release of a mixed reality headset becoming a catalyst for a rebound in industry funding. The headset, with a likely price tag of about $3,000, is expected to combine augmented reality, which conjures up digital images into the real world, and virtual reality, which immerses users into a game-like realm. “Code new worlds,” reads Apple’s website for Monday’s event, which many interpret as a reference to a new computing platform.
The VR market is accordingly getting more attention than it has in a while, but the question still lingers: What actually are we supposed to do with these headsets? Gaming, sure, but it's seemed to me that there isn't a must-have "hero" app for VR yet.
Apple will host its WWDC event on June 5, and we're expecting a slew of announcements including its AR/VR headset.
Social media platform’s parent company Meta seeks to deter law forcing online groups to pay publishers and broadcasters for content
Meta debuted its Quest 3 headset just days before Apple is expected to launch its own AR/VR headset.
Chief Mark Zuckerberg teases new Quest 3 product as tech group continues to develop metaverse ambitions
Facebook content moderators hired by a third-party contractor in Kenya are suing over working conditions. The contractor involved denies the allegations and Facebook parent Meta is arguing it shouldn’t be involved in the lawsuit. The outcome of this case and two others could have a profound impact on big tech and the industry’s outsourced workforce. WSJ South Africa-based business reporter Alexandra Wexler joins host Zoe Thomas to explain. Photo: Daniel Irungu/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock
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Even though Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) stock is up sharply year-to-date, investors need to be careful now. Meta Platforms’ latest layoffs could be a sign of trouble. Also, Meta Platforms will have to pay a high price for failing to abide by data-privacy rules in the United Kingdom. Meta Platforms is involved in multiple different technology fields this year. Not only is the company focused on social media and the metaverse, but Meta Platforms plans to “build the next generation” of its “infras